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Academy  1839 
Literary  Institute  1856 
Normal  School  1869 
State  Teachers  College  1927 




Vol.   19  No.  5  AUGUST.   1951 

Colleges  looking  forward  to  their  future 
must  first  look  backward  to  their  beginnings. 

Edited  by 
Marguerite  W.  Kehr 

Format  by 
Edward  T.  De  Voe 

Entered  as  Second  Class  Matter  at  the  Post  OflSce  at  Blooms- 
burg,  Pennsylvania,  under  the  Act  of  August  24,   1912. 

T^he  White  Towers  of  Bloomsbiirg 

(With  acknowledfjment  and  apologies  to  Winifred  M.  Letts,  whose 
"Spires  of  Oxford"  inspired  these  thoughts.) 

I  saw  the  towers  of  Bloomsburg  as  I  was  passing  by, 
The  white  towers  of  Bloomsburg  against  the  autumn  sky. 

The  river  flowed  beneath  them  across  the  purple  hills, 
The  town  lies  just  below  them  with  all  its  stores  and  mills. 

The  towers  shine  white  at  Bloomsburg  above  the  mountains  grand. 
Looking  at  the  clock  there,  no  matter  where  you  stand. 

There's  a  tower  on  old  Carver  and  on  sprawling  Waller  too 
This  first  one  is  the  larger  that  shines  against  the  blue. 

Those  who  come  to  Bloomsburg  and  see  September's  haze 
Are  reminded  always  of  their  happy  college  days. 

Up  the  street  to  Carver  with  its  ever-welcoming  door. 

They've  climbed  with  eager  footsteps  for  four  score  years  or  more. 

So  we  set  up  our  signposts  for  those  who  follow  here. 
That  they  may  see  the  towers  that  we  have  tried  to  rear. 

Our  towers  may  not  point  upward  like  fingers  to  the  sky," 
But  looking  always  at  them  we  cannot  fail  to  try 

To  serve  our  Alma  Mater  and  to  it  e'er  be  true, 

For  the  years  look  down  upon  us  and  others  that  we  knev^'. 

Harvey  A.  Andruss,  President 



Through  the  Years 

Development  of  the  College 

\\     B    Sltliff  and  Harvey  A.  Andruss 

The  Beginnings  of  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College  Teachers  College  (  1934-40) 

(  Academy  and  Instimte )  5  War  and  Cooperative  Programs  (  1941-45 ) 

The  State  Takes  Over  ( State  Normal  School )  6  Post-war  Developments 

From  Normal  School  to  Teachers  College  7 

Francis  B.  Haas 



Boards  of  Trustees 

Organization  of  the  College 

W.    B.    SUTLIFF 

10  Principals  of  Bloomsburg  Normal  School  and 

Literar)'  Institute 

The  College  Campus 

Campus  and  Buildings 

Nevi.n  T.  Englehart 

16  The  College  Buildings 

The  Curriculums 

The  Development  of  Curriculums,  Thomas  P.  North 
Elementary  Education,  Edna  J.  Hazen 
Business  Education,  W.  C.  Forney 
Secondary  Education,  John  C.  Koch 
Aeronautics  and  the  Development  of  Aviation, 

John  C.  Ko< :h 
Art,  George  J.  Keller 

Audio-visual  Education,  H.  HARRISON  RusSELL 
Education  and  Psychology,  John  J.  Fisher 



English,  S.  L.  Wilson     

Foreign  Languages,  Howard  F.  Fenstemaker 

Geography.  H.  Harrison  Russell 

Health  and  Physical  Education,  E.  H.  Nelson 

Mathematics,  Ethel  A.  Ranson 

Music,  Harriet  M.  Moore 

Science,  K.  C.  KUSTER 

Social  Studies,  E.  A.  Reams 

Speech  and  Sf>eech  Correction,  Alice  Johnston 

Student  Teaching 

Summer  Sessions 

The  Library 

Student  Teaching  and  Placement  Service 

Earl  N.  Rhodes 

27  Placement  Service 





Summer  Sessions  and  Classes  for  Teachers-in-Service 

Thomas  P.  North 

27  Chisses  for  Teachers-in-Service 

The  College  Library 

Pearl  L  Mason  and  Catherine  L.  Zealberg 


Student  Life 

Student  Life  Through  the  Years,  Marguerite  W.  Kehr         29  Athletics.  E.  H.  Nelson  and  John  A.  Hoch 

Public  Relations  and  Alumni  Activities 

Public  Relations  and  Publications,  John  A.  Hoch  iO  Alumni  Activities,  E.  H.  Nelson 



Looking  Ahead,  Harvey  A.  Andruss 
College  Songs 

The  Future 



35  Alumni  Directory 




Francis  B.  Haas 

T       ■ 

I     HE  SPIRIT  THAT  IS  bloomsburg"  brings  to  mind  the  following  lines  from  Lowell  s    The 
Present  Crisis": 

"New  occasions  teach  new  duties;  Time  makes  ancient  good  uncouth; 
We  must  upward  still,  and  onward,  who  would  keep  abreast  of  Truth." 

As  we  move  forward  through  the  years,  we  find  significant  change  at  the  State  Teachers  College 
here  at  Bloomsburg.  Carver  Hall  is  still  midway  up  the  hill,  a  familiar  landmark  to  the  oldest 
alumnus.  But  the  physical  plant  of  the  College  has  climbed  the  hill.  The  modern  Benjamin 
Franklin  Laboratory  School,  Navy  Hall,  the  Centennial  Gymnasium  with  its  swimming  pool 
and  other  excellent  facilities  for  health  education,  topping  another  Mount  Olympus,  are  ex- 
amples of  the  way  in  which  plant  improvements  follow  curriculum  trends  in  spite  of  wars  and 

And  through  the  years  curricular  emphases  have  been  changing;  for  example,  the  child 
centered  school,  the  community  as  an  educational  resource,  intercultural  and  citizenship  educa- 
tion, audio-visual  education,  and  more  recently,  aeronautics. 

Kahlil  Gibran,  the  poet-painter  of  Lebanon,  Syria,  has  said:  "No  man  can  reveal  to  you  aught 
but  that  which  already  lies  half  asleep  in  the  dawning  of  your  knowledge."  As  you  strain  eagerly 
toward  those  years  to  come,  hold  fast  to  your  precious  heritage  from  the  years  that  are  gone. 

The  three  dimensions —  length,  breadth,  and  depth,  are  substantial,  measurable  factors  in  the 
material  world;  but  there  is  a  fourth  elusive  and  dramatic  dimension.  To  bridge  the  space  be- 
tween the  present  and  a  certain  point  in  the  past,  to  telescope  all  time  that  intervenes  by  the  cre- 
ative force  of  one's  imagination  —  that  is  a  challenging  fourth  dimension.  Yet  only  in  this  way 
can  we  identify  ourselves  with  the  great  teachers  of  the  past  and  understand  how  each  of  them 
met  the  needs  of  his  generation  —  the  Greek  slave,  Aesop,  teaching  an  understanding  of  uni- 
versal truth  through  his  fables;  the  philosopher,  Socrates,  compelling  his  followers  by  his  ques- 
tions to  search  their  own  minds  and  hearts;  the  young  carpenter,  Jesus,  teaching  sublime  spirit- 
ual truth  to  a  simple  rural  people  by  parables  drawn  from  their  daily  experience.  If  you  would 
be  a  teacher,  practice  the  use  of  this  fourth  dimension  and  live  close  to  the  great  teachers  of  the 



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(Academy  and   Institute) 

W.    B.    SUTLIFF 

To  trace  the  origin  and  development  of  a  great  educational 
institution  is  sometimes  as  difficult  as  to  determine  the  events 
surrounding  the  infanq-  and  youth  of  a  prominent  citizen  whose 
birth  certificate  is  non-existent  and  whose  childhood  is  obscured 
by  the  lapse  of  time.  Fortunately,  however,  many  of  the  highlights 
of  the  origin,  development  and  growth  of  the  institution  now 
known  as  the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College  were  recorded, 
and  may  be  read,  in  the  somewhat  faded  records  of  the  Trustees 
of  earlier  years. 

The  movement  began  in  the  hearts  and  minds  of  the  enterpris- 
ing citizens  of  Bloomsburg  before  and  during  the  period  of  the 
Civil  War.  Animated  by  a  great  desire  to  place  before  the  youth 
of  Bloomsburg  the  opportunirj'  to  secure  the  fundamentals  of  a 
classical  education,  an  Academy  was  opened  in  1839  at  the  corner 
of  Third  and  Jefferson  Streets  with  C.  P.  Waller,  a  graduate  of 
Williams  College,  as  its  head.  Public  school  teachers  assisted  in 
de^■eloping  the  classroom  work  of  the  Academy. 

The  growth  of  the  Academy  was  such  that  in  1856  a  charter 
was  written  by  D.  J.  Waller,  Sr.,  and  a  corporation  legally  formed 
to  sell  stock,  and  open  and  manage  an  Academy  to  be  known  as 
the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute. 

The  Trustees  in  1866.  were,  D.  J.  Waller.  Sr..  President; 
William  Snyder;  J.  K.  Gratz;  L.  B.  Rupert;  I.  W.  Hartman,  Secre- 
tary; John  G.  Freeze;  R.  F.  Clark;  and  William  Neal.  The  work, 
enrollment,  and  progress  had  expanded  to  such  an  extent  that  the 
securing  of  an  educator  of  established  reputation  to  head  the  Insti- 
tution became  imperative.  In  1866.  Henr)-  Carver  of  Binghamton. 
New  York,  was  chosen. 

He  immediately  began  a  vigorous  campaign  to  raise  funds  for 
the  erection  of  a  building  adequate  for  the  development  of  a  larger 
and  more  efficient  school.  By  June  of  that  year,  596  new  shares  of 
stock  were  sold  at  $20  per  share,  netting  Si  1.920.  To  aid  in  the 
campaign  for  funds,  Peter  Billinger  and  C.  Bittenbender  were 
commissioned  to  sell  stock  in  the  Bloomsburg  Literar)'  Institute 
Corporation.  "Each  was  to  receive  S3  per  day  for  the  time  ex- 

On  June  29th,  1866,  just  one  week  after  the  election  of  Henry 
Carver,  the  Board  of  Trustees  passed  a  resolution  to  erect  a  build- 
ing to  accommodate  300  students  at  a  cost  not  to  exceed  $15,000. 

The  location  of  the  building  at  once  became  a  public  issue.  Sites 
were  offered  by ; 

1.  Caleb  Barton,  lot.  Scott  Town,  near  Fair  Ground,  $1,000. 

2.  M.  Appleman.  lot.  3  acres.  51.200. 

3.  William  R.  Koons.  lot.  S2.200. 

4.  D.  J.  Waller,  residence  and  two  acres  of  land  at  corner  of 
Market  and  Fifth  Streets,  S  1,200. 

5.  William  and  Alice  Snyder.  3  acres  on  land  above  the  Forks 
Hotel  in  line  with  a  proposed  extension  of  Main  Street. 

Terms;  "I  apree  to  give  three  acres  of  eround,  in  the  lot  of  ground 
laid  off  by  R.  R.  Pealer  June  22nd.  1866,  whenever  it  may  be  pre- 
ferred, at  the  rate  of  S500  per  acre  and  I  will  donate  as  stock  one 
thousand  dollars  and  require  to  be  paid  Five  Hundred  Dollars,  mak- 
ing the  sum  of  $1,300  as  price  of  land  to  the  Trustees  of  Bloomsburg 
Literary  Institute." 
It  is  interesting  to  note  the  objections  filed  in  a  minority  report 

to  what  is  now  considered  an  ideal  location  for  Institute  Hall,  now 

Carver  Hall. 

1.  "Position  of  Building  has  no  relation  to  points  of  compass  or  any 
street,  alley,  or  building  or  anything  about  the  Town  of  Blooms- 

2.  "The  surroundings  —  A  Tavern.  Liver>'  Stable,  and  Tannery 
nearby  with  the  rear  entrance  of  the  Tavern  facing  the  building." 

3.  "The  amount  of  grading  is  great." 

4.  "The  plot  has  been  rejeaed  by  both  the  Lutheran  and  Reformed 
churches  as  a  location  for  a  church." 

However,  the  owners  of  the  Forks  Hotel  which  stood  squarely 
across  Main  Street,  between  the  present  location  of  the  Town  Hall 
and  Housenick  Garage,  agreed  to  move  the  Hotel  within  a  reason- 
able time  and  thus  allow  for  the  opening  of  Main  Street  up  to  the 
front  of  the  Literar)'  Institute  Hall  location. 

Owners  of  stock,  eligible  to  vote  on  the  Kxation  of  the  building, 
met  in  the  Court  House  June  I6th,  1866.  The  vote  was  taken,  re- 
sulting in  489  votes  for  the  Snyder  location  and  3  for  the  Koons 

Mr.  Carver  was  instructed  to  consult  an  architect  in  Washing- 
ton and  to  secure  plans  for  the  erection  of  the  proposed  building. 
These  were  submitted  to  the  Board  of  Trustees  and  adopted  July 
13  th.  1866. 

Meanwhile.  Mr.  Carver  was  busily  engaged  in  advertising  the 
opening  of  the  Institute,  enrolling  students,  and  securing  teachers 
for  the  fall  term. 

Some  diflSculty  was  encountered  in  securing  a  capable  contractor 
to  erect  the  new  building.  On  November  25th,  1866,  the  Trustees 
requested  Mr.  Carver  "to  employ  a  competent  teacher  for  the 
balance  of  the  term,  at  the  expense  of  the  Institute,  to  enable 
Professor  Carver  to  devote  his  full-time  to  the  pending  Subscrip- 
tions and  the  erection  of  the  building." 

For  the  dedication  of  the  building  on  March  30th,  1867,  a  com- 
mittee was  appointed,  "to  invite  the  clergy  of  the  Town  and  Judge 
Elwell  to  accompany  the  Trustees  in  a  procession  from  the  Acad- 
emy to  Institute  Hall,  on  the  following  Wednesday  at  1;00  P.M. 
A  band  led  the  procession  and  the  new  building  was  dedicated 
with  appropriate  ceremonies." 

A  faculty  was  selected  and  the  class-room  work  of  the  Blooms- 
burg  Literary  Institute  began  in  Institute  Hall. 

In  the  autumn  of  1867,  J.  P.  Wickersham,  State  Superintendent 
of  Public  Instruction,  passed  through  Bloomsburg  on  the  train. 
The  location  of  a  new  Normal  School  in  the  6th  Congressional 
District  was  pending.  He  saw  the  new  school  on  the  hill,  "ablaze 
with  light."  Dr.  Wickersham  returned  to  Bloomsburg  and  ad- 
dressed a  meeting  of  the  citizens  and  expressed  the  opinion  that 
the  Literary  Institute  location  would  be  ideal  for  a  State  Normal 

On  March  9th,  1868,  the  following  resolution  was  adopted: 
"Resolved  that  the  Trustees  of  the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute  agree 
to  establish  in  connection  with  the  same.  "A  State  Normal  School" 
and  to  procure  grounds  and  to  put  up  the  necessary  buildings  as  soon 
as  the  sum  of  rwenr>'  thousand  dollars  is  subscribed  by  responsible 

When  the  Normal  School  project  became  public,  local  contribu- 
tors and  other  citizens  were  aroused  by  the  fear  of  losing  the 
College  Preparatory  feature  of  the  school.  A  compromise  was 
reached  and  the  new  Institution  became  officially,  "The  Blooms- 
burg Normal  School  and  Literary  Institute."  In  that  dual  capacity, 
it  continued  to  function  until  about  1920  when  complete  State 
ownership  put  an  end  to  the  College  Preparatory  Department. 

On  April  15,  1868,  Professor  Carver  submitted  plans  for  the 
new  dormitory.  At  this  meeting  it  was  agreed  to  purchase  addi- 
tional grounds,  to  accept  the  plans  submitted  and  "to  execute  a 
contract  with  Henrj'  Carver  to  erect  the  building  at  his  estimated 
cost,  to  wit,  $36,000." 

For  many  years  the  campus  was  bounded  by  a  line  marking 
what  is  now  Penn  Street,  then  East  by  a  line  marking  East  Second 
Street  to  a  point  just  above  the  old  tennis  courts;  thence  north- 
west to  a  point  from  which  a  line  ran  south  west  to  Penn  Street, 
the  line  passing  along  the  south  boundary  of  the  Grove.  The  area 
of  the  Grove  and  of  the  plot  upon  which  Science  Hall  now  stands 
was  purchased  at  a  later  date. 

The  laying  of  the  corner  stone  of  the  dormitory  of  the  Blooms- 
burg Normal  School  and  Literary  Institute  was  a  notable  occasion. 
The  Governor  of  Pennsylvania,  the  State  Superintendent  of  Public 
Instruction,  Judge  Elwell,  and  other  notables  joined  with  the 
Trustees  in  making  the  event  a  memorable  occasion.  Prayer  was 
offered  by  D.  J.  Waller,  Sr.  Governor  John  W.  Geary  laid  the 
corner  stone,  made  an  appropriate  address  and  handed  the  plans 


W.  B. 

Like  aU  educational  institutions,  the  Noimal  Schools  of  Penn- 
sylvania were  not  self-supporting.  The  meager  doles  of  the  State 
could  not  meet  the  expanding  needs  of  the  schools. 

For  example,  the  Bloomsbutg  Literary  Institute  and  State  Nor- 
mal School  had  held  an  option  on  a  tract  of  land  lying  to  the  east 
of  the  campus  and  bounded  on  the  east  by  what  is  now  Spruce 
Street.  The  price  was  S8,000. 

The  erection  of  Science  Hall  in  1906  destroyed  the  usefulness 
of  the  Athletic  Field,  insofar  as  its  original  purpose  was  con- 
cerned. To  continue  the  athletic  life  of  the  school,  a  new  field  was 
necessary.  Hence,  in  the  spring  of  1904,  the  eight  and  one-half 
acre  plot  was  purchased.  This  was  done  without  aid  from  the 

to  Professor  Carver  who  accepted  them  and  promised  to  complete 
the  work  as  soon  as  possible.  A  bond  issue  of  S30,000  was  author- 
ized, 6%  per  annum,  secured  by  mortgage. 

On  February  19,  1869,  the  school  was  formally  recognized  as 
the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  and  Literary  Institute.  Stu- 
dents rooming  and  boarding  in  the  new  Dotmitory  were  charged 
four  dollars  per  week. 

On  September  4,  1875,  the  "Boarding  Hall"  burned  down.  For- 
tunately, it  was  a  Saturday  afternoon  and  no  lives  were  lost.  In- 
surance of  $30,000  was  received. 

On  September  24,  action  was  taken  to  rebuild.  The  new  build- 
ing was  to  be  built  in  the  form  of  a  "T "  with  162-foot  front,  and 
a  back  wing,  112  feet  long. 

The  first  State  Appropriation  mentioned  in  the  minutes  was  in 
the  sum  of  $10,000,  received  about  July  1,  1870. 

The  dual  purpose  of  the  Institution  led  to  some  interesting 
features  in  the  life  of  the  School.  Having  a  Secondary  Department, 
a  more  advanced  College  Department  and  a  Curriculum  for  the 
training  of  prospective  teachers,  together  with  a  "model  School," 
no  scholastic  requirements  were  in  force  for  the  registration  of 
students.  The  effect  upon  the  athletic  teams  of  that  period  was 

Dr.  J.  P.  Welsh  became  the  Principal  of  the  Institution  in  the 
fall  of  1890.  Dr.  Welsh  had  the  vision  and  zeal  of  a  promoter. 
He  at  once  realized  that  with  overcrowded  dormitory  and  class 
rooms,  the  need  of  new  buildings  was  imperative. 

By  January,  1894,  a  four-story  dormitory  connecting  Waller 
Hall  and  Noetling  Hall,  together  with  a  new  Gymnasium  was 
completed.  The  Athletic  Field  was  giaded  and  ready  for  use,  the 
baseball  diamond  was  laid  out  where  Science  Hall  now  stands.  A 
cinder-track  surrounded  the  field.  A  new  epoch  began  in  the  life 
of  the  School.  A.  K.  Aldinger,  Howard  Burdge,  and  Margaret 
Bogenrief  were  new  additions  to  the  Faculty,  in  the  field  of 
Physical  Education. 

Mr.  Aldinger  introduced  the  game  of  basketball  to  this  com- 
munity. The  game  was  first  played  with  nine  men  on  each  team. 
The  girls  played  the  game  with  the  floor  divided  into  three  equal 
courts.  Players  were  not  allowed  to  leave  their  assigned  court. 
No  males  were  allowed  to  witness  the  girls  at  play.  However,  the 
introduction  of  the  Annual  Gymnastic  Exhibition,  to  which  the 
public  was  invited,  soon  put  an  end  to  this  taboo. 

The  long  spring  term,  ending  about  July  1  was  ideal  for  base- 
ball. Coach  Aldinger  developed  teams  which  more  than  held  their 
own  in  games  which  were  regularly  scheduled  with  Bucknell,  Sus- 
quehanna University,  Gettysburg,  Dickinson.  Carlisle  Indians, 
Wyoming  Seminary,  State  College  and  Villanova.  Aldinger  was 
equally  successful  in  developing  strong  football  teams. 

Students  and  teachets  living  in  the  dormitory  were  greatly  in 
the  majority.  No  automobiles  were  in  existence.  The  social  life 
of  students  and  teachers  centered  about  the  school  itself.  The  close 
contact  of  students  and  teachers  tended  to  develop  that  "friendly 
spirit  which  is  Bloomsburg." 



State.  The  first  payment  of  S  1,500  was  met  by  borrowing  the 
money.  Bonds,  secured  by  mortgage,  were  issued,  to  be  redeemed 
in  five  years. 

The  Trustees  of  that  day  are  commended  in  the  highest  terms 
for  their  unceasing  efforts  to  carry  on  the  life  and  work  of  the 
school  without  allowing  either  to  deteriorate. 

In  view  of  the  difficulty  of  the  financial  situation,  the  Act  of 
the  Assembly  on  May  18,  1911,  made  it  possible  for  the  State 
Board  of  Education  to  purchase  the  property  of  each  Normal 
School.  To  assimie  the  obligations,  and  to  take  full  control,  was 
followed  by  a  resolution  adopted  November  12,  1912: 

"Be  it  resolved,  that  we,  the  Trustees  of  the  Bloomsburg  Literarj' 
Institute  and  State  Normal  School,  of  the  Sixth  District  of  Pennsyl- 
vania, accept  the  provisions  of  the  Twentieth  Article  of  the  Act  of 
May  IS,  1911,  known  as  the  School  Code,  and  to  that  end  signify 
to  the  State  Board  of  Education,  our  willingness  to  sell  and  convey 
the  property-  of  this  Institution  to  the  Commonwealth  of  Pennsylvania, 
to  be  by  it  owned  and  controlled.  " 

After  a  visit  of  a  special  committee  to  Harrisburg  to  consult 
with  State  Authorities,  "a  meeting  of  the  stockholders  was  adver- 
tised for  April  10,  1913,  to  vote  upon  the  question  of  the  sale  of 
the  propert)'  and  the  dissolution  of  the  Corporation." 

On  March  13,  1913,  "The  Special  Committee  for  the  sale  of 
the  School,  by  its  Chairman,  reported  that  an  interview  had  been 
held  with  the  State  Board  of  Education  in  Harrisburg  on  Thurs- 
day, Februar)'  6.  1913,  at  which  meeting  a  proposition  had  been 
made  by  the  Board  of  Education  to  purchase  the  School  propert\- 
for  the  sum  of  S  10,000,  the  State  to  assume  all  indebtedness. 

Upon  its  return,  the  Committee  issued  a  call  for  a  stockholders' 
meeting  to  be  held  April  10,  1913,  to  vote  upon  the  proposition 
to  sell.  A  full  report  of  the  legal  steps  taken  to  secure  a  vote  of 
the  stockholders  upon  the  question  of  the  sale  and  consequent 
dissolution  of  the  Corporation  was  recorded. 

The  vote  cast  showed  249  votes  in  favor  of  the  sale.  This  rep- 
resented 1339-'4  shares,  par  value  526,795,  the  same  being  a 
majority  of  the  paid-up  capital  stock  of  $39,940. 

Two  years  went  by  without  action  by  the  State.  "The  mills  of 
the  gods  grind  slowly." 

On  July  28,  1915,  a  committee  of  the  State  Board  of  Education 
visited  the  School.  Dr.  Becht,  Executive  Secretary',  was  present. 
"The  Committee  expressed  its  pleasure  at  the  excellent  condition 
of  the  Sch(X)l  and  requested  a  full  report  of  the  indebtedness." 

On  December  1,  1915,  the  special  committee  on  the  sale  of  the 
School  reported  that  a  visit  to  Harrisburg  had  been  made.  With 
Dr.  Schaeffer,  State  Superintendent  of  Public  Instruction,  and  Dr. 
Becht,  they  called  at  the  office  of  the  Attorney  General  but  were 
met  by  his  Deputy.  He  raised  several  objections  to  the  consumma- 
tion of  the  sale,  the  chief  of  which  was  that  the  sale  had  been 
authorized  about  two  and  a  half  years  before.  He  recommended 
another  meeting  of  the  stockholders,  to  vote  upon  the  proposed 
sale.  On  April  10,  1916,  a  resolution  was  adopted  setting  forth  the 
proposal  "to  sell  all  real  and  personal  propert)'  of  the  School,  to 
relinquish  all  rights  of  the  Corporation,  to  the  Commonwealth  of 

Pennsylvania  for  the  sum  of  S  10,000  and  the  assumption  by  the 
State  of  all  indebtedness  of  the  said  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute 
and  State  Normal  School." 

The  vote  was  dutly  taken  and  tabulated  on  April  10,  1916.  One 
hundred  and  ninety-seven  votes,  representing  1135  shares,  par 
value,  $22,700,  were  in  favor  of  the  sale,  no  dissenting  votes  being 

The  mortgage  of  $50,000  on  Science  Hall  was  due  March  1, 
1916.  The  State  approved  the  issuing  of  a  new  mortgage  to  secure 
refunding  bonds,  aggregating  $50,000  at  4I2  per  cent,  payable 
March  1,  1936.  The  bonds  were  duly  issued  and  sold. 

At  this  stage,  the  Trustees  were  called  to  Harrisburg  and  told 
that  some  arrangements  must  be  made  at  once  for  the  payment  or 
refunding  of  the  note  due,  aggregating  $24,000. 

On  March  27,  1916,  the  Trustees  resolved  that,  "It  being  lawful 
and  expedient,"  24  bonds  would  be  issued  each  of  $  1 ,000,  payable 
April  1,  1926,  secured  by  a  mortgage.  On  the  same  date  the 
Trustees  received  the  deed  for  the  "Buckalew  Place,"  now  the 
residence  of  the  President  of  the  College.  Bonds  in  the  sum  of 
S4,000,  secured  by  mortgage,  were  issued  in  payment. 

Shortly  after  this  transaction,  the  State  Board  of  Education  re- 
quested the  Trustees  "not  to  enter  into  any  unusual  contracts  in- 
creasing extraordinary'  expenses." 

A  copy  of  the  agreement  of  the  sale  of  the  School  to  the  State 
was  given  to  the  Trustees.  Secretary  Becht  stated  that  it  would  be 
placed  before  the  Trustees.  Secretary  Becht  stated  that  it  would 
be  placed  before  the  Governor  for  Approval.  On  May  29,  1916,  a 
"Deed  of  Conveyance"  was  duly  submitted  to  the  State. 

Arrangements  were  made  for  the  distribution  by  the  courts  of 
the  $10,000  purchase  price,  to  the  owners  of  the  1135  shares,  and 
for  the  dissolution  of  the  Corporation. 

State  Executive  Secretar)',  J.  George  Bechr,  announced  the  new 
Board  as  follows: 

A.  T.  Schoch 
James  C.  Brown 
John  M.  Clark 

Dr.  Becht  met  with  the  Board  on  August  1,  1916.  The  Board 
was  duly  organized  and  the  Institution  became  the  Bloomsburg 
State  Normal  School,  fully  owned  and  under  the  control  of  the 
Commonwealth  of  Pennsylvania. 

M.  C.  Youngman 
L.  E.  McGinnis 

Verar  Auten 
Benjamin  Apple 
Charles  W.  Miller 


VC'.    B.    SUTLIFF 

The  Bloomsburg  Literar)-  Institute  and  Normal  School  became, 
in  name,  "The  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School"  in  1916.  How- 
ever, College  Preparator)',  Medical  Preparator)',  and  Secondary' 
departments  continued  to  hold  a  prominent  place  in  the  life  of 
the  School  until  1920.  Catalogs  of  1917-18-19,  contained  the  de- 
scription of  courses  in  French,  German.  Spanish,  Latin,  and  Greek. 
Astronomy,  Geolog)',  Logic.  Ethics,  General  Biology  and  Anatomy, 
Greek  and  Roman  History,  Trigonometry  and  Surveying  each  had 
a  place  in  the  work  offered. 

Compare  these  courses  with  the  curricula  of  the  the  early  20's 
and  you  will  understand  the  exclamation  of  an  old  Professor  in 
reviewing  the  changes  —  "Then  came  the  Revolution." 

It  may  be  of  interest  to  note  the  manner  in  which  the  "Summer 
Schools"  came  into  being.  The  regular  school  year  called  for  40 
weeks  work.  Inquiries  began  to  be  made  by  former  students  and 
teachers  in  service  concerning  the  possibility  of  summer  work.  The 
Principal  decided  to  have  nothing  to  do  with  the  project  but  co- 
operated by  securing  permission  from  the  Trustees  to  turn  the 
school  plant  over  to  the  Faculty  and  allow  the  teachers  to  assume 
the  responsibilit)-.  Heads  of  departments  met  and  decided  to  try 
the  plan.  They  selected  W.  B.  Sutliff  to  advertise  and  organize  a 
summer  school  of  6  weeks,  to  be  held  in  1919.  The  Trustees 
assumed  no  financial  responsibility.  The  teachers  took  "pot-luck," 
agreeing  to  divide  the  enrollment  and  tmtion  fees  in  accordance 

with  the  number  of  hours  taught,  modified  by  the  number  of 
srudents  enrolled  in  each  class. 

Miss  Mar)'  Good  was  appointed  "preceptress"  in  charge  of  the 
women  living  in  the  dormitory'.  The  Steward  ran  the  Dormitory, 
supplying  room,  board  and  laundry  at  S5  per  week.  The  regis- 
tration and  tuition  fees  amounted  to  $12  per  student:  352  students 
being  enrolled. 

County  Superintendents  of  the  6th  District  held  examinations  at 
the  close  of  the  session  for  the  certification  of  teachers.  The  De- 
partment of  Public  Instruction  agreed  to  accept  all  credits  earned, 
toward  graduation. 

The  same  plan  was  in  force  in  the  summer  of  1920.  the  State 
agreeing  to  pay  the  S12  tuition.  In  1921,  under  the  principalship 
of  Dr.  Fisher,  the  9  weeks  summer  school  became  a  regular  feature 
of  the  Normal  School  year. 

On  January  12,  1920,  Dr.  D.  J.  Waller  handed  in  his  resignation 
as  Principal  of  the  School.  On  July  7,  1920,  Dr.  Charles  E.  Fisher 
was  elected  Principal. 

A  new  era  began.  Dr.  Finnegan,  Superintendent  of  Public  In- 
struction, decreed  that  the  Normal  Schcwls  were  created  solely 
for  the  preparation  of  teachers  for  the  public  schools  of  Pennsyl- 

It  should  be  noted  that  while  the  Arts  Colleges  claimed  the 
honor  of  providing  high  school  teachers,  each  Normal  School 

student,  upon  graduation  received  a  certificate  which  listed  each 
subject  completed  and  accredited,  together  with  the  authority  to 
teach  such  subjects  in  the  Public  Schools  of  Pennsylvania.  Hence, 
many  high  school  teachers  were  found  with  but  two  years  ac- 
credited Normal  School  work. 

1921    Changes 

1st  Entrance  requirements:  15  high  school  units  and  a  promise  to 

2nd  Entrance  requirements:  Four  Curricula: 

Group      I  Kindergarten  Primary  —  Grades  I,  II,  III 

Group    II  Intermediate  —  Grades  IV,  V,  VI 

Group  III  Junior  High  School  —  Grades  VII,  VIII,  IX 

Group   IV  Rural 
The  Secondary  Department  was  continued   for   several  years 
solely  for  students  from  districts  not  having  a  high  school  and  for 
those  not  having  15  high  school  units  to  qualify  for  enrollment  in 
the  Normal  School. 

Dr.  Fisher  immediately  arranged  a  comprehensive  plan  to 
establish  closer  relationship  between  the  Normal  School  and  the 
town  schools.  Arrangements  were  made  to  use  three  rooms  in 
the  town  schools  for  Practice  Teaching  in  Grades  IV,  V,  VI,  the 
work  to  be  supervised  by  Miss  Steel,  head  of  the  Training  School. 
Mr.  Keller  was  directed  to  give  half  of  his  time  to  the  teaching 
of  Art  in  the  town  schools;  Miss  Moore,  in  Music;  Mr.  Black, 
Penmanship;  Mr.  Hall,  Industrial  Arts;  and  Miss  Cruttenden, 
Household  Arts. 

In  1921,  the  State  Department  of  Public  Instruction  established 
the  position  Dean  of  Instruction  in  each  of  the  State  Normal 
Schools.  W.  B.  Sutliff  was  appointed  to  assume  this  position  at 

On  May  8,  1922,  Dr.  Fisher  announced  that  a  decision  to  estab- 
lish a  three  year  course  for  the  preparation  and  training  of  Junior 
High  School  Teachers  had  been  decided  upon  for  all  Pennsyl- 
vania Normal  Schools.  A  one-room  Junior  High  School  was  organ- 
ized upon  the  local  campus.  It  is  interesting  to  note  that  this  was 
the  first  step  taken  toward  the  goal  of  a  Teachers  College. 

The  certification  of  teachers  by  the  Department  of  Public  In- 
struction under  Dr.  Finnegan,  Superintendent  of  Public  Instruc- 
tion, required  two  years  of  accredited  work,  ie.,  64  semester  hours, 
for  all  elementary  teachers  in  Pennsylvania,  and  created  an  im- 
mediate demand   for   Extension   Courses   for   teachers-in-service. 

Francis  V.  Mason  was  employed  to  organize  classes,  secure  the 
cooperation  of  the  faculty  and  establish  the  work. 

The  response  was  immediate  and  gratifying.  The  enrollment  for 
the  first  semester  of  1922-2.^  was  1770  teachers  in  service,  count- 
ing all  classes.  In  his  report  to  the  Trustees,  November  13,  1922, 
Dr.  Fisher  stated  that,  "In  the  extension  work  there  are  23  in- 
structors, fifty  courses  being  given  in  23  different  centers.  Two 
automobiles,  owned  by  the  School,  were  used  for  the  transporta- 
tion of  members  of  the  faculty. 

On  June  1,  1923,  Dr.  Fisher  announced  his  resignation  as 
Principal  of  the  School.  He  left  to  assume  the  duties  of  President 
of  the  State  Teachers  College,  Bellingham,  Washington. 

Dr.  Fisher  transformed  the  emphasis  of  the  Bloomsburg  Normal 
School  from  secondary  and  college  preparatory  work  for  special 
students,  to  an  institution  devoting  full  time  and  eflfort  to  the 
education  and  training  of  teachers. 

He  was  succeeded  by  Dr.  G.  C.  L.  Riemer,  whose  election  was 
announced  June  27,  1923.  Dr.  Riemer  continued  many  of  the 
plans  inaugurated  by  Dr.  Fisher.  His  administration  was  marked 
by  the  conversion  of  North  Hall  into  a  men's  doimitory  and  the 
construction  of  the  present  lobby  in  Waller  Hall.  The  latter  im- 
provement was  made  possible  by  tearing  out  the  two  stairways 
leading  to  the  floor  above  and  occupying  the  space  of  two  large 
rooms,  one  on  each  side  of  the  front  entrance. 

One  evening  in  May,  1927,  a  school  party  was  at  its  height,  and 
the  old  Gym  was  crowded  with  students  and  teachers.  Dr.  Riemer 
had  been  on  a  visit  to  Harrisburg.  Suddenly,  he  appeared  in  the 
doorway,  clapped  his  hands  and  called  for  silence.  Amidst  the 
hush,  everyone  listened  with  the  feeling  "What's  up?  " 

He  announced  in  a  loud  voice,  "I  want  everybody  to  sing  the 
old  school  song,  but  put  the  word  "College"  wherever  "Normal" 
has  been  sung."  And  everyone  sang  for  the  first  time,  "Bloomsburg, 
Bloomsburg  College,  up  on  College  Hill."  That  was  the  way  the 
news  of  the  birth  of  the  title,  "Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  Col- 
lege" came  to  Bloomsburg. 

On  April  11,  1927,  the  following  resolution  was  adopted  by 
the  Board  of  Trustees:  "Resolved  that  Francis  B.  Haas  be  and 
hereby  is  elected  Principal  of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School 
for  a  term  of  three  years  beginning  July  1.  1927,  etc."  With  the 
coming  of  Dr.  Haas,  a  new  era  of  scholastic  and  material  develop- 
ment and  expansion  began.  The  Institution  rapidly  passed  from  a 
College  in  name,  to  a  College  in  fact. 

TEACHERS  COLLEGE  (1934-1940) 

Harvey  A.  Andruss 

At  the  1934  Commencement,  those  receiving  two  year  normal 
school  certificates  were  considered  members  of  the  Senior  Class 
for  the  last  time  at  the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College.  This 
discontinuance  of  the  issuance  of  the  Normal  School  Certificate 
marks  the  end  of  the  two  year  preparation  level  and  the  emer- 
gence of  a  four-year  degree  granting  institution  of  higher  learn- 
ing —  the  State  Teachers  College. 

Evidence  of  the  importance  of  the  education  of  teachers  of 
special  subjects,  such  as  Art,  Music,  Physical  Education,  Home 
Economics,  and  more  particularly  Commerce,  began  to  manifest 
itself  at  Bloomsburg  early  in  this  period.  In  1934,  the  first  class 
matriculating  as  Freshmen  in  the  Department  of  Commerce  in 
1930  was  graduated  and  found  ready  placement  in  the  high 
schools  of  Pennsylvania  and  adjoining  states. 

The  citation  of  a  few  of  these  factors  will  indicate  that  the 
period  from  1927  to  1934  had  been  a  period  of  transition  from  a 
two-year  to  a  four-year  basis,  during  which  special  curriculums 
were  introduced  into  the  various  Teachers  Colleges  so  that  the 
present  structure  of  the  institutions  can  be  said  to  be  fairly  well 
moulded  during  this  period.  The  pattern  provides  that  each  of 
the  fourteen  institutions  shall  train  elementary  teachers  and  sec- 
ondary teachets  of  academic  subjects,  while  certain  institutions 
are  designated  to  oflFer  curriculums  for  the  education  of  teachers 
of    so-called    special    subjects.    Bloomsburgs    business   graduates 

began  to  prove  themselves  to  the  people  of  Pennsylvania  in  1934. 

Curriculums  revised  in  1932  were  put  into  effect  so  that  the 
first  two  years  consisted  of  general  education  upon  which  the  last 
two  years  could  be  based  to  ptovide  professional  teacher  educa- 
tion. Revised  admission  requirements  requiring  students  graduat- 
ing in  the  lower  half  of  their  secondary  school  classes  to  qualify 
only  through  examinations,  served  to  raise  the  entrance  require- 
ments to  a  higher  level.  Quality  point  systems  as  graduation  re- 
quirements were  inaugurated  to  insute  a  level  of  scholarship  above 
that  of  mere  time-serving. or  the  accumulation  of  a  number  of 
semester  hours  of  credit. 

The  period  from  1934  to  1940  was  also  marked  by  the  growth 
of  the  colleges  in  plant  and  personnel.  The  General  State  Author- 
ity building  program  added  from  two  to  four  new  structures  to 
every  campus.  At  Bloomsburg,  the  Centennial  Gymnasium,  the 
Junior  High  School  ( later  called  Navy  Hall ) ,  a  maintenance 
building,  and  a  new  heating  plant  were  welcome  additions  to  the 
college  on  the  hill  overlooking  the  valley  of  the  Susquehanna 

The  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Education  was  conferred 
on  more  than  1,000  teachers  in  the  elementary,  secondary,  and 
business  fields  during  the  ten  year  period  ending  in  1940.  Of  this 
group,  77  per  cent  taught,  and  1 5  per  cent  were  otherwise 



Harvey  A.  Andruss 

Before  the  passage  of  the  first  selective  service  act  in  1940,  it 
was  evident  that  the  enrollment  in  technical  and  professional 
curriculums  of  colleges  and  universities  would  be  affected.  First, 
the  national  guard  was  called  to  the  colors,  then  the  upsurge  in 
employment  in  heavy  industry  with  its  increasing  wage  level  and 
the  possibility'  of  war  turned  the  minds  of  high  school  graduates 
away  from  the  preparation  for  peace  to  that  for  war. 

Looking  beyond  their  campuses,  some  administrators  saw  that  a 
transition  must  be  made.  They  realized  that  gradual,  rather  than 
abrupt,  changes  require  less  adjustment  on  the  part  of  faculty  and 
students,  and  that  alumni  have  time  to  understand  just  what  is 
happening  at  their  Alma  Mater.  As  a  result,  as  early  as  1939, 
some  colleges  began  to  teach  First  Aid  courses  to  larger  numbers 
and  there  was  some  talk  of  undergraduates  flying.  However,  not 
until  September,  1940,  was  the  stirring  change  being  felt. 

Confronted  by  ail  these  confusing  forces,  the  Bloomsburg  State 
Teachers  College,  on  learning  of  the  Civilian  Pilot  Training  Pro- 
gram, began  in  June,  1940,  to  explore  the  possibilities  of  re- 
opening the  Bloomsburg  airport.  On  the  basis  that  Pennsylvania 
High  Schools  taught  automobile  operation  as  a  present  life  need, 
and  that  aviation  was  rapidly  becoming  an  important  mode  of 
transportation,  training  students  to  be  teachers  of  ground  school 
aviation  courses  seemed  to  be  a  proper  undertaking  for  a  state 
teachers  college. 

During  the  next  two  years,  one  hundred  undergraduates  were 
given  ground  school  instruction  at  the  college  and  learned  to  fly 
at  the  Bloomsburg  Airport. 

This  Civilian  Pilot  Training  Program  marked  the  beginning 
of  the  new  phases  of  education  later  to  be  christened  by  the  name 
of  "War  Training  Programs"  since  many  of  those  completing 
these  early  flying  programs  went  directly  into  the  Air  Forces. 

Space  will  not  permit  nor  will  the  time  or  patience  of  the 
reader  justify  the  detailing  of  the  seven  war  programs  spread  over 
the  period  of  the  next  five  years. 

Facilities  were  converted.  Dormitory  space  used  for  women 
was  changed  so  as  to  be  used  by  the  men,  the  dining  room  gave 
way  to  a  cafeteria,  laboratories  were  expanded  to  meet  the  new 
science  and  mathematic  requirements  —  all  of  which  was  accom- 
plished by  an  expenditure  of  over  5200,000. 

No  less  important  was  the  transition  made  by  the  personnel. 
When  a  language  instructor  becomes  a  teacher  of  mathematics, 
a  dean  of  men  an  aviator,  a  physical  education  director  a  drill- 
master,  a  geographer  becomes  a  weatherman  and  the  art  instructor 
teaches  mechanical  drawing,  there  is  truly  a  campus  revolution. 
After  all,  plant  changes  mean  little  unless  personnel  is  able  to 
adjust  itself  to  meet  the  new  war  needs. 

War  programs  —  seven  in  all  —  followed  row  on  row;  first. 

elementary  flying  and  then  advanced  flying  for  civilian  under- 
graduates who  went  directly  into  the  air  forces,  aviation  cadets  for 
both  the  army  and  navy,  engineering,  science  and  management 
training  courses  for  industrial  workers,  naval  flight  instructors, 
Navy  V-12  officer  candidates,  student  nurses  from  the  Bloomsburg 
Hospital,  and  Civil  Air  Patrol. 

The  numbers  using  college  facilities  for  meeting  as  classes  are 
not  available.  Those  who  were  instructed  by  college  faculty  and 
for  whom  records  were  kept  show  that  1 160  different  persons 
were  served  in  the  war  programs.  This  record  had  not  been 
equalled  by  any  college  of  similar  size  in  the  country  either  in 
the  number  and  the  variety  of  the  programs  or  in  the  total  en- 

During  this  period  the  college  operated  on  a  three  term  calendar 
year.  Each  term  was  16  weeks  long,  but  summer  sessions  were 
three  or  six  weeks  in  length  to  accommodate  the  teachers-in- 
service.  Sensing  the  end  of  the  war,  the  regular  calendar  of  two 
eighteen  week  semesters  was  resumed  in  September,  1945,  and  the 
last  of  the  war  programs,  the  Navy  V-12  unit,  was  terminated  in 
October  of  that  year. 

Development  in  teacher  education  was  ever  in  the  mind  of  the 
administration  during  the  war  period.  Speech  Correction  as  a  field 
of  specialization  was  added  during  this  period.  Spanish  became 
first  an  elective  field  for  Business  Education  students,  then  a  field 
of  specialization  for  secondary  students.  Pioneer  work  at  Blooms- 
burg brought  forth  the  first  curriculum  for  the  education  of  in- 
structors of  Aeronautics  in  a  teachers  college  in  America. 

An  idea  of  the  balance  between  the  Teacher  Education  develop- 
ment and  the  War  Programs  can  best  be  depicted  by  placing  them 
in  parallel  columns,  shown  as  follows:  ( 1940-1945 ) 

Teacher   Education  War   Programs 

Developments  Aviation     Programs  —  over     1,000 
Educational    Clinic    with     Health,  persons  given  flight  instruction. 
Psychological  and  Speech  divisions  Civil  Pilot  Training  for  100  col- 
approved   by  the  State  Council  of  lege  students. 
Education.  High  School  Teachers  of  Aero- 
Field  of  Speech  Correction  as  a  part  nautics,  100. 
of  the  curriculum  for  the  education  Naval  Flight  Instructors,  250. 
of   teachers    of   Mentally   Retarded  Army  and  Navy  Aviation  Cadet 
Children.  Program,  550. 
Field  of  Aeronautics  as  a  part  of  Science  Hall  facilities  provided  for 
the  curriculum  for  the  education  of  2000  enrollees  in  Engineering,  Sci- 
Secondary  Teachers.  ence  and  Management  War  Train- 
Field  of  Spanish  as  an  elective  for  ing  Courses. 

Business    Education    students    and  Bloomsburg     Hospital     School     of 

later  as  an  elective  field  for  Second-  Nursing    received    Science    instruc- 

ary  Students.  tion  for  35  students. 

Experimental  Laboratory  School  in  Navy    V-12    Unit    (Officer   Candi- 

Aviation,  Summer  of  1944.  dates)  500  Trainees. 


Harvey  A.  Andruss 

Future  prospects  in  the  field  of  teacher  education  in  terms  of 
the  curriculums  for  which  we  are  already  approved  may  be  sum- 
marized as  follows: 

1.  The  salaries  of  elementary  teachers  are  equalized  with  the 
salaries  of  secondary  teachers  who  have  equal  qualifications,  and 
there  is  a  marked  incentive  for  young  women  to  come  to  college 
in  order  to  teach  younger  children  in  the  elementary  grades.  Addi- 
tional subsidies  for  teachers  of  special  classes  for  the  mentally 
retarded  are  proof  of  these  expectancies. 

2.  High  school  teachers  are  in  demand  in  certain  academic 
fields,  such  at  Mathematics:  Science:  and  Foreign  Languages,  par- 
ticularly Spanish.  The  English  and  Social  Studies  fields  always 
have  been  and  possibly  always  will  be  overcrowded,  since  many 
college  Seniors  in  Liberal  Arts  Colleges  decide  shortly  before  they 

graduate  to  complete  the  minimimn  requirements  for  certification. 
The  kind  of  student  who  does  not  decide  what  he  is  going  to  do 
with  his  education  until  he  is  a  Senior  is  usually  one  who  does 
not  have  the  prerequisites  for  successful  work  in  Mathematics, 
Science,  Languauges,  and  in  similar  fields  of  about  equal  difficulty. 
Therefore,  we  have  the  cry  that  "there  are  too  many  teachers," 
based  on  the  fact  that  the  number  of  certificates  issued  is  in  excess 
of  the  nimiber  of  positions  available.  The  question  "are  there  too 
many  teachers?"  has  never  been  conclusively  answered,  and  re- 
quires careful  study. 

3.  Education  as  an  activity  on  the  college  level  has 
suffered  marked  variations  in  enrollment,  both  on  account  of  the 
large  number  of  men  enrolled  in  this  field,  and  also  because  it  was 
possible  for  the  high  school  graduate,  with  xery  little  training,  to 

go  into  business  or  government  offices  and  demand  salaries  in 
excess  of  those  paid  college  graduates.  It  was  found  that  with  the 
return  of  peace  this  situation  increases  enrollment  so  that  Blooms- 
burg's  business  enrollment  was  highest  among  Pennsylvania 
Teachers  Colleges. 

4.  The  expansion  of  the  offerings  of  State  Teachers  Colleges, 
both  in  the  field  of  Teacher  Education  and  in  other  fields,  is  re- 
ceiving consideration.  Whatever  may  be  the  outcome,  the  year 
1946  brought  an  interesting  experiment  to  the  campus  in  the 

"Farm  Out"  program.  Bloomsburg's  part  in  this  plan  terminated 
in  1949  when  the  need  for  dormitory  space  for  women  elementary 
education  students  forced  the  College  to  conclude  temporarily  its 
form  of  a  cooperative  agreement  with  the  Pennsylvania  State 
College  under  which  the  College  accepted  76  Liberal  Arts  fresh- 
men for  their  first  year  of  collegiate  life.  Twenty-two  other  Col- 
leges and  collegiate  institutions  were  engaged  in  the  Freshman 
part  of  the  agreement.  Nearly  250  Penn  State  freshmen  were 
accepted  during  the  three  years  the  cooperative  agreement  was 
in  effect. 


W.    B.    SUTLIFF 


The  story  of  the  work,  self-sacrifice,  and  devotion  to  the  cause 
of  establishing  and  maintaining  an  institution  of  learning  for  the 
youth  of  Bloomsburg  and  vicinity,  should  be  told  by  one  more 
capable  of  depicting  the  life  and  times  of  that  era,  than  is  the 
present  writer. 

Bear  in  mind  that  public  high  schools  were  unknown  in  this 
section.  It  was  a  period  when  private  enterprise  in  Pennsylvania, 
at  least  in  the  rural  districts,  was  necessary  to  even  think  of  offer- 
ing comparable  educational  advantages  to  that  of  the  great  pre- 
paratory schools  of  New  England. 

Realizing  the  fact  that  many  parents  were  financially  unable  to 
send  their  sons  and  daughters  to  such  schools  and  being  assured 
of  the  fact  that  young  men  and  women  of  great  potential  capa- 
bilities were  without  adequate  educational  opportunities,  promi- 
nent citizens  early  began  a  movement  to  provide  a  school  for  ad- 
vanced work  which  the  public  schools  did  not  offer. 

The  first  available  record  of  a  meeting  of  the  Trustees  is  that 
of  May  2,  1866.  This,  however,  is  not  the  beginning  of  the  project. 
It  is  a  matter  of  record  that  as  early  as  1856,  D.  J.  Waller,  Sr.,  had 
written  a  charter  for,  and  a  corporation  was  legally  formed,  to 
sell  stock,  elect  trustees,  and  carry  on  the  business  of  a  school  to 
be  known  as  the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute. 

The  first  available  record  states  that  D.  J.  Waller,  Sr.,  was 
elected  President  and  I.  W.  Hartman,  Secretary.  Other  members 
were  Wm.  Snyder,  J.  K.  Grotz,  and  L.  B.  Rupert. 

Vacancies  caused  by  the  resignation  of  E.  C.  Barton,  Wm.  Good- 
rich, Joseph  Sharpless,  and  Wm,  Robinson  were  filled  by  the 
election  of  John  G.  Freeze,  R.  F.  Clark,  Wm.  Neal  and  Conrad 

The  sale  of  1000  shares  of  stock  at  $20  per  share  was  author- 
ized. The  June  report  shows  that  596  shares  had  been  sold,  real- 
izing $11,920  cash.  Remember  that  was  a  non-profit  corporation 
and  that  any  hope  of  the  return  of  the  capital  investment  was  non- 
existent. The  years  which  followed  were  years  of  seeking  funds, 
selling  stock  and  securing  loans. 

A  gleam  of  light  came  when,  in  1866,  the  State  agreed  to  share 
the  burden  to  a  slight  degree,  by  the  promise  of  an  annual  appro- 
priation in  return  for  an  agreement  to  add  to  the  curriculum  of 
the  Literary  Institute,  certain  prescribed  courses  and  facilities  for 
the  education  and  training  of  prospective  teachers  for  the  public 
schools  of  Pennsylvania. 

The  first  requirement  of  the  State  was  the  erection  of  a  suitable 
dormitory  to  house  and  board  prospective  students.  A  vigorous 
campaign  was  at  once  organized  by  the  Trustees  to  sell  stock  in 
the  corporation.  A  bond  issue  of  $30,000  at  6%  was  floated.  The 
Campus  was  enlarged  by  the  purchase  of  land  and  the  dormitory 
was  erected  on  the  site  of  Waller  Hall. 

The  first  State  appropriation  of  $10,000  was  received  in  July, 
1870.  A  small  building  to  be  used  as  a  "Model  School"  was  built 
about  where  the  flag  pole  now  stands.  This  was  sometimes  re- 
ferred to  as  "Hemlock  Hall." 

The  disastrous  fire  of  1875  which  completely  destroyed  the  dor- 
mitory was  followed  by  a  demonstration  of  courage  and  belief  in 

the  future  of  the  Institution,  by  the  Trustees  and  the  faculty, 
which  deserves  notice. 

The  Trustees  called  a  public  meeting  in  the  Court  House,  set 
forth  their  plans  and  reached  a  decision  to  rebuild  at  once. 

The  faculty  submitted  an  agreement,  signed  by  each  teacher  to 
the  effect: 

1.  That  the  Trustees  provide  a  house  or  room  for  each  member 
of  the  faculty,  to  be  paid  for  from  the  current  funds  received 
by  the  operation  of  the  school. 

2.  All  agreed  to  accept  in  money,  the  net  income  of  the  School 
over  and  above  the  current  expenses  of  the  operation  of  the 
School,  to  be  divided  among  the  teachers  in  the  ratio  of  their 
former  salaries. 

The  students  were  provided  with  homes  in  town,  but  the  rent 
of  houses  for  the  faculty,  maintenance  of  Carver  Hall,  etc.,  had  to 
be  paid  as  well  as  other  current  expenses.  No  record  can  be  found 
as  to  how  the  teachers  fated. 

On  April  26,  the  completed  building  was  opened  for  inspection. 
On  July  6,  the  Trustees  received  a  special  State  appropriation  of 
$30,000  and  executed  a  mortgage  for  that  amount  to  the  State. 

As  an  illustration  of  the  time,  the  question  of  providing  an 
improved  system  of  lighting  Institute  Hall  (now  Carver  Hall) 
was  discussed.  Lighting  by  gas  was  desired.  No  funds  were  avail- 
able. C.  W.  Miller,  one  of  the  Trustees  volunteered  to  pay  for  the 
necessary  pipes  and  for  proper  installations.  Needless  to  say,  the 
offer  was  accepted. 

The  Board  at  that  time  consisted  of  the  following: 
On  the  part  of  the  Stockholders:  On  the  part  of  the  State: 

John  Wolf  C.  W.  Miller 

C.  B.  Brockway  D.  A.  Beckley 

E.  R.  Drake 
David  Lowenberg 
Troubles  for  Trustee  wete  not  all  financial.  In  the  spring  of  1877, 
certain  charges  were  brought  against  the  Principal,  Dr.  Griswold. 
After  a  careful  and  painstaking  investigation,  believing  the  charges 
to  be  fully  substantiated,  the  Principal  was  dismissed  and  a  new 
Principal  was  elected.  Dr.  Griswold  was  ordered  to  vacate  his 
living  quarters,  but  refused  to  do  so  and  did  not  leave  until  late 
in  August. 

An  idea  of  prevailing  wages  may  be  gathered  from  a  report 
dated  August,  1877.  "The  Cbmmittee  on  heat  reported  the  resig- 
nation of  the  'engineer'  and  recommended  the  hiring  of  Luther 
Benchoft'  to  replace  him  at  a  salary  of  $25  per  month." 

September  25,  1878.  A  low  point  seems  to  have  been  reached 
on  this  date.  In  some  manner  certain  creditors  had  obtained  a 
writ  and  a  sheriffs  sale  was  imminent.  The  minutes  read:  "The 
question  of  what  action  the  Board  should  take  in  reference  to  the 
sheriffs  sale  of  the  personal  property  of  the  Normal  School,  under 
the  execution  of  McKelvey,  Rollins  and  Homer  and  Dr.  Griswold, 
which  sale  is  advertised  for  tomorrow  at  ten  o'clock,  was  then  duly 
considered  by  the  Board."  A  committee  of  three  was  appointed 
to  confer  with  the  Sheriff,  asking  a  postponement  to  October  15. 
The  Sheriff  consented.  The  supposition  is  that  a  settlement  was 
made  with  the  creditors  for  we  hear  no  more  about  a  sheriff's  sale. 


Fire  escapes  were  placed  on  the  east  side  of  the  dormitory  in 

On  May  22,  1883,  the  sum  of  S  1,000  was  appropriated  as  a 
contribution  toward  a  system  of  sewerage  for  the  Town.  This  was 
made  at  the  suggestion  of  the  Town  Council.  Later,  a  committee 
was  appointed  to  make  arrangements  with  the  Town  Council  to 
install  the  best  possible  system  of  sewerage  for  the  School  at  a 
cost  of  not  more  than  S  1,500. 

In  June,  1885,  Dr.  Waller  called  the  attention  of  the  Trustees 
to  the  crowded  conditions  of  the  School  and  to  the  necessit)'  of 
an  additional  building. 

In  October,  1885,  bids  were  received  to  erect  the  building  now 
known  as  Noetling  Hall.  The  bid  of  Charles  Fenez  to  erect  a 
building  in  accordance  with  the  specifications  of  the  architect 
as  to  materials,  etc.,  for  Si 3,485  was  accepted.  The  contractor 
agreed  to  complete  the  building  by  July,  1886. 

The  building  contained  many  small  class  rooms  which  accom- 
modated not  more  than  5  or  6  children,  the  student  teacher  and 
an  observer.  It  never  seemed  to  occur  to  the  facult)'  or  Trustees  that 
student  teaching  in  a  regular  classroom  under  normal  conditions 
would  have  been  a  better  plan.  However,  the  plan  for  maijy  small 
classes  seemed  to  be  the  usual  one.  We  were  spared  one  feature 
which  I  noticed  in  visiting  other  Normal  Schools.  A  number  of 
the  schools  used  the  same  plan  of  tiny  rooms  but  had  a  glass 
covered  peep  hole  cut  in  each  door  for  stealthy  observation. 

The  building,  then  called  the  Model  School  Building,  was  con- 
nected with  the  steam  boilers  under  Carver  Hall  and  connections 
were  extended  to  Penn  Street  and  connected  with  the  main  of  the 
Town  Heating  Company  lines.  The  Model  School  Building  was 
connected  with  Carver  Hall  by  a  bridge  so  that  passage  could  be 
made  from  one  building  to  the  other  without  going  out  of  doors. 

The  new  building  had  several  good  classrooms  for  regular 
classes  of  Normal  School  students.  At  the  end  of  each  classroom 
was  a  raised  platform  for  the  instructor's  desk  and  chair.  Thus  the 
Instructor  was  placed  upon  a  pedestal  physically  whether  his  place 
in  the  minds  of  the  students  was  correspondingly  high  or  not. 

In  the  minutes  of  August,  1888,  mention  is  made  of  the  pur- 
chase of  a  rug  for  the  room  of  Professor  Chapin.  This  recalls  an 
interesting  phase  of  the  school  life,  at  least  as  far  as  the  boys  were 
concerned.  Professor  Chapin  had  spent  a  year  or  two  as  a  Cadet  at 
West  Point.  Why  he  left,  "deponent  saith  not."  About  60  or  70 
rifles  were  secured  from  the  Armory  at  Harrisburg.  We  had  no 
Gym  until  about  1893.  A  military  company  of  boys  was  formed. 
Marching  and  the  Manual  of  Arms  were  taught  in  West  Point 
style,  we  believed.  This  was  our  physical  education  course.  Noth- 
ing less  than  a  broken  leg  or  arm,  properly  certified,  was  consid- 
ered a  valid  absence  from  the  driUs. 

In  the  December  meeting  of  1889,  Dr.  Waller  reported  to  the 
Trustees  that  the  State  desired  the  establishment  of  a  Manual 
Training  Course.  A  committee  was  appointed  to  try  to  secure 
funds  from  the  State  "for  the  establishment  of  a  system  of  Manual 
Training."  The  course  materialized  in  the  fall  of  1890. 

In  the  spring  of  1889,  a  large  number  of  students  obtained 
rooms  in  town  as  the  dormitory  was  overcrowded.  The  Trustees 
were  already  considering  plans  for  the  erection  of  a  dormitory 
to  occupy  the  space  between  Waller  Hall  and  the  new  training 
school  building.  It  was  not  erected  until  Dr.  Welsh  became  Prin- 

On  December  30,  1890,  Dr.  Welsh  suggested  to  the  Trustees 
that  the  old  "Chapel"  be  cut  up  into  small  rooms  for  the  housing 
of  students. 

This  "Chapel"  was  a  large  room  on  second  floor  of  Waller  Hall, 
directly  above  the  dining  room.  It  had  been  used  for  many  years 
for  holding  a  Sunday  morning  and  evening  religious  service  for 
those  students  and  teachers  who  did  not  happen  to  attend  the 
services  in  town.  Dr.  Waller  had  always  provided  a  service  for  the 
"stay-at-homes."  The  suggestion  of  Dr.  Welsh  was  carried  out  and 
the  "Chapel"  became  only  a  memory. 

"Hemlock  Hall"  was  fitted  up  to  "house  the  servants"  who  had 
been  living  in  the  dormitory.  This  referred  to  the  women  who 
worked  in  the  kitchen,  dining  room,  and  general  cleaning,  etc., 
about  the  dormitory. 

One  of  the  grievances  on  the  part  of  girl  students  of  that  day 
was  that  the  boys  had  the  advantage  of  having  their  beds  made 
and  room  cleaned  by  some  of  these  women.  The  theory  seemed  to 
be  that  girl  students  would  prefer  to  keep  their  own  rooms  clean 
and  tidy  while  safety  first  for  the  health  and  welfare  of  the  com- 
munity would  be  better  served  on  the  boys'  side  of  the  dormitory 
by  having  a  daily  inspection  and  clean-up  by  employees  of  the 

About  this  time  the  fence  around  the  front  campus  was  removed 
and  the  turnsile  is  front  of  Carver  Hall  ceased  to  revolve.  The  erec- 
tion of  the  dormitory,  gymnasium  and  the  completion  of  the  ath- 
letic field  have  been  noted  elsewhere. 

The  financial  headaches  of  that  period  will  be  dismissed  with 
the  statement  that  great  credit  is  due  the  Trustees  for  their  able 
and  untiring  efforts  to  meet  and  solve  the  many  problems  of  fi- 
nancing the  improvements  which  were  necessary  to  promote  the 
growth  and  development  of  the  School.  It  was  still  a  semi-state 
private  corporation  institution. 

As  a  reminder  the  Trustees,  in  1909,  called  attention  to  Article 
8  of  the  Charter  which  stated;  "No  dividends  shaU  at  any  time  be 
declared  and  distributed  by  the  Board  of  Trustees  out  of  the  net 
earnings  or  profits  of  the  Corporation,  but  shall  be  applied  to  the 
erection,  extension,  addition,  improvement  or  repair  of  buildings, 
providing  proper  apparatus,  furniture,  etc.,  etc." 

The  struggle  to  lower  the  indebtedness  of  the  school  was  an 
ever  present  problem.  Committees  were  sent  to  Harrisburg  to 
plead  for  special  appropriations.  They  did  not  always  succeed  in 
their  quest.  The  resources  of  the  School,  Real  Estate,  etc.,  were 
listed  as  being  5470,429.84.  The  liabilities,  mortgages,  stocks,  bills 
payable,  etc.,  at  $470,429.84. 

Here  is  a  partial  list  of  the  Trustees  of  that  period: 

■Wm.  Neal  N.  U.  Funk  E.  C.  'Wells  John  M.  Clark 

W.  M.  Reber  C.  W.  Barkley  J.  S.  Kerlm  L  E  'Waller 

J.  C.  Brown  A.  Z.  Schoch  E.  P.  Drinker  John  'Wolf 

George  Elwell  Frank  P.  Billmyer 

In  February,  1911,  the  Trustees  decided  to  charge  a  student  fee 
of  $2  to  be  used  as  follows:  Each  student  was  to  receive  for  the 
first  term  a  ticket  of  admission  to  all  football  games;  second  term, 
a  ticket  to  lecture  courses;  third  term,  a  ticked  to  baseball  games. 
Attendance  at  basketball  games  required  the  purchase  of  a  ticket. 

As  an  example  of  the  incessant  financial  problems  confronting 
the  Trustees,  the  550,000,  5^,  bond  issue  on  Science  Hall  came 
due  March  1,  1916.  It  is  interesting  to  note  that  both  principal 
and  interest  were  payable  in  gold  coin  of  the  United  States.  No 
funds  were  available.  The  School  was  negotiating  with  the  State 
for  the  sale  of  the  school. 

J.  C.  Brown,  a  Trustee,  was  appointed  attorney  for  the  school. 
A.  Z.  Schoch  was  President  of  the  Board.  These  men  arranged  the 
legal  steps  for  refunding  the  bonds  by  a  new  issue.  Amicable 
arrangements  were  made.  The  new  mortgage  as  security  for  the 
issue  was  essentially  the  same  as  before,  i.e.,  coverage  of  Science 
Hall  and  the  plot  of  ground,  including  the  grove. 

When  the  School  was  taken  over  by  the  State  in  1916,  a  State 
official  advised  the  Trustees  that,  'They  would  have  no  authority 
to  issue  bills,  bonds  or  notes  of  any  kind. "  Debts  for  the  necessary 
running  of  the  school  were  the  limit  of  the  Board's  authority. 

He  therefore  suggested  that  a  $24,000  debt  in  the  form  of  notes 
about  to  fall  due,  should  be  funded  into  bonds,  secured  by  a  mort- 
gage on  the  real  estate  of  the  School.  This  was  done. 

A  deed  of  conveyance  as  of  May  2,  1916,  to  the  Commonwealth 
of  Pennsylvania  of  all  personal  and  real  estate  property  of  the 
Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute  and  State  Normal  School,  having 
been  properly  executed,  was,  by  resolution  of  the  Trustees,  de- 
livered to  the  proper  State  authorities  and  the  School  became  in 
actuality,  a  State  Normal  School 


A  letter  from  Executive  Secretary,  J.  George  Becht,  contained 
the  folJowing  appointments  to  the  new  board: 
A.  Z.  Schoch  Paul  E.  Wirt  Charles  W.  Miller 

James  Brown  M.  G.  Youngman  A.  Z.  Schoch,  President 

John  M.  Clark  Boris  Auten  J.  C.  Brown,  Vice-President 

L.  E.  McGinnis  Benjamin  Apple  J.  M.  Clark,  Secretary 

In  July,  1917,  the  Trustees  received  the  welcome  news  that 
$54,000  had  been  appropriated  by  the  State  to  pay  the  mortgage. 

In  September,  1918,  President  Schoch  announced  that  the  State 
had  paid  off  the  $24,000  bond  issue  and  had  also  paid  the  Dillon 
mortgage  of  $8,000.  In  part  payment  of  another  mortgage,  $22,- 

000  had  been  paid.  The  Trustees  must  have  felt  that  a  Fairy  God- 
father had  adopted  them. 

In  June,  1921,  Dr.  Fisher  announced  that  the  State  appropria- 
tion for  the  year  would  be  $120,000,  to  be  used  for  instruction 
and  operating  expenses.  Teachers'  salaries  began  to  assume  re- 
spectable proportions. 

In  November.  1923,  Dr.  Reimer  reported  to  the  Trustees  that 
the  student  enrollment  was  751,  with  54  jnembers  of  the  faculty 
and  16  cooperating  teachers.  The  school  showed  a  surplus  of 
$33,607  of  assets  over  liabilities.  The  rate  for  board,  room,  and 
laundry  was  $8  per  week. 


On  June  26,  1866,  at  a  meeting  of  the  Board  of  Trustees  of  the 
Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute,  a  motion  was  adopted  directing 
the  Secretary  of  the  Board  "to  inform  Prof.  Henry  Carver  of  Bing- 
hamton.  New  York,  officially  of  his  election  as  Principal  of  the 
Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute. " 

From  certain  circumstances  connected  witli  the  location  and 
proposed  building  of  what  is  now  "Carver  Hall, "  it  appears  that 
Prof.  Carver  was  already  on  hand  prepared  to  enter  upon  the  job  of 
raising  money,  planning  the  building  and  taking  a  hand  in  select- 
ing the  location. 

Dr.  D.  J.  Waller,  Jr.,  used  to  tell  of  Prof.  Carver's  love  for  fine 
horses.  He  owned  a  fine,well-matched  team  of  driving  horses  and 
thoroughly  enjoyed  showing  their  speed  and  high  spirit  to  the 
community.  The  unique  thing  about  his  driving  was  the  fact  that 
Prof.  Carver  had  but  one  hand.  Like  the  traditional  pirate  he  had 
an  iron  hook  at  the  end  of  his  arm  and  by  having  a  special  loop 
on  one  of  the  lines  he  guided  his  spirited  team  up  hill  and  down 
dale  and  "took  nobody's  dust." 

He  was  an  organizer  as  well  as  a  promoter.  During  his  adminis- 
tration "Institute  Hall"  (now  Carver  Hall)  was  erected,  paid  for 
by  a  vigorous  stock-selling  campaign,  a  faculty  was  selected,  stu- 
dents enrolled  and  the  Literary  Institute  became  a  going  concern. 

When  the  State  decided  to  locate  a  Normal  School  on  the  site 
of  the  Literary  Institute,  Henry  Carver,  having  once  before  laid 
aside  his  work  as  a  teacher  to  contract  for  and  erect  the  Literary 
Institute  Hall,  now  took  over  the  job  of  planning  and  erecting 
"a  Dormitory  capable  of  housing  and  boarding  the  Student  body." 

It  appears  from  the  records  of  that  period  that  Prof.  Carver 
carried  out  the  plans  and  orders  of  the  Trustees  and  became  the 
general  manager  of  all  activities  of  the  school  —  boarding,  mainte- 
nance, selecting  the  faculty,  applying  for  State  Appropriations  and 
selling  shares  of  stock  in  the  School  Corporation. 

On  July  1,  1870,  Judge  Elwell  and  John  Funston  were  ap- 
pointed as  a  Committee  "to  wait  on  Prof.  Carver  in  regard  to  his 
running  the  School. "  Students  were  charged  $4.50  per  week  for 
board,  room  and  laundry,  and  Si  per  week  tuition.  Prof.  Carver 
was  authorized  to  hire  a  Mr.  Burrows  to  "run  the  Boarding  Hall," 
he  to  pay  the  Trustees  50  cents  per  week  to  decrease  the  indebted- 
ness of  the  school. 

A  peculiar  statement  appears  here  in  the  minutes  of  the  Trus- 
tees. Prof.  Carver  evidently  did  not  approve  of  the  plan.  He  said, 
"Let  the  Trustees  take  the  financial  responsibility  of  the  School 
and  pay  me  a  salary.  If  you  think  it  best  to  elect  a  Principal  for 
your  School  you  are  at  liberty  to  say  'I  have  resigned  because  of 
ill  health'." 

On  December  19,  1871,  at  the  suggestion  of  Superintendent  of 
Public  Instruction  Wickersham,  Charles  C.  Barkley,  Superin- 
tendent of  the  Schools  of  Columbia  County,  was  elected  Principal. 
A  Mr.  Millard  agreed  to  "run  the  boarding  department  at  $3.50 
per  week,  per  person. " 

Mr.  Barkley  soon  asked  to  be  relieved  of  his  duties  as  Principal. 
The  Rev.  John  Hewitt  was  elected  as  Principal  and  was  installed 
on  March  2,  1872.  His  annual  salary  was  $800  per  annum  with 
board  and  housing  for  himself  and  family  and  one  servant. 

The  Reverend  evidently  believed  in  discipline  with  a  capital 
"D".  Resolutions  began  to  appear  in  the  Trustees'  Minutes.  May 
23,  1872,  "No  teacher  shall  grant  to  any  student  permission  to 
leave  the  grounds  nor  any  other  special  privilege,  but  all  such 
applications  must  be  made  to  the  Principal." 

"Resolved  that  the  Principal  be  authorized  to  dispense  with  the 
services  of  any  member  of  the  Faculty  and  change  any  member  thereof 
by  filling  his  place;  the  men  selected  to  be  approved  by  the  Board." 

"Resolved  that  proper  information  be  procured  and  legal  proceed- 
ings instituted  by  the  Board  of  Trustees  for  the  arrest  and  conviction 
of  the  Landlord  of  the  Forks  Hotel  for  selling  and  furnishing  liquor 
to  minors  and  students  of  the  Normal  School." 

Note:  The  Forks  Hotel  still  blocked  Main  Street,  occupying  the 
space  between  the  present  Town  Hall  and  Housenick's  Garage. 
By  a  resolution  adopted  June  8,  1872,  the  contract  of  Mr.  Mil- 
lard, Steward,  was  closed.  'The  Principal  was  authorized  "to  hire 
a  man  and  woman  to  take  charge  of  the  Boarding  of  Students, 
together  with  the  necessary  servants,  who  shall  be  under  the  direc- 
tion and  control  of  the  Principal  and  he.  the  Principal,  shall  have 
general  supervision  of  the  Boarding  and  the  Buildings  and 
Grounds. " 

The  next  resolution  dated  June  8,  1872,  is  unique  in  assumption 
of  authority: 

"Resolved    that    the    Principal    be   authorized    to    draw   and    have 
printed  a  certificate  of  character  and  requirements  with  the  degree  of 
B.S.  and  B.C.,  Bachelor  of  Science  and  Bachelor  of  Classics  to  be 
granted  to  those  students  who  shall  graduate  in  the  Scientific  or  Classi- 
cal Departments  of  this  School." 
On  April  23,  1873,  "The  resignation  of  Rev.  Hewitt,  to  take 
effect  at  the  end  of  the  present  school  year,  was  received  and  on 
motion,    accepted."    A    resolution    was    adopted    thanking    Rev. 
Hewitt  for  his  able  and  efficient  manner  of  handling  the  affairs 
of  the  School. 

On  June  14,  1873,  Dr.  L.  T.  Griswold  was  elected  Principal  of 
the  School  at  a  salary  of  $1800  per  annimi  with  a  yearly  deduc- 
tion of  S600  for  board,  rooms,  and  laundry  for  his  family. 

It  was  announced  on  June  12,  1873,  that  each  Normal  School  in 
the  Commonwealth  "shall  execute  and  deliver  to  the  Common- 
wealth of  Pennsylvania,  a  mortgage  for  the  amount  specified  be- 
fore receiving  the  $10,000  appropriation."  The  mortgage  shall  be 
upon  all  real  estate  and  a  like  mortgage  in  the  sum  of  $25,000  for 
sums  previously  paid  by  the  State,  to  this  School. 

The  Trustees  protested  the  ruling  on  this  placing  of  an  addi- 
tional mortgage  of  $25,000  and  the  payment  of  interest  thereon, 
because  "such  moneys  had  never  been  looked  upon  as  a  debt  but 
rather  as  a  contribution  on  the  part  of  the  State  to  insure  the 
success  of  the  original  design  in  the  establishment  of  Normal 
Schools. "  "The  notice  that  a  similar  requirement  is  not  made  of 
other  Normal  Schools." 

On  August  22,  1873,  Col.  John  G.  Freeze  submitted  a  letter 
from  J.  P.  Wickersham,  Superintendent  of  Public  Instruction, 
stating  in  part:  "The  Commission,  in  reference  to  a  mortgage  of 
$25,000,  will  withdraw  the  condition."  They  therefore  asked  for 
but  one  mortgage  of  $10,000. 

On  March  24,  1874,  the  Trustees  granted  the  use  of  a  room  to 
the  Philologian  Literary  Society.  This  room  occupied  the  space 
now  used  as  the  office  of  the  Dean  of  Instruction  together  with  a 


much  larger  space  now  used  for  other  purposes.  A  program  of 
debates,  music  and  other  features  was  rendered  each  Saturday 
night.  There  were  no  fraternities  and  students  were  confined  to 
the  campus.  On  Sunday  evenings  students  attended  the  Church 
of  their  choice  but  were  obliged  to  march  in  a  body  to  and  from 
the  services  under  the  watchful  eye  of  a  member  of  the  faculty. 

On  November  23,  1874,  a  mortgage  was  ordered  to  be  executed 
and  delivered  to  the  State  in  order  to  secure  the  State  Appropri- 

On  Saturday  afternoon,  September  4,  1875,  the  Dormitor)'  was 
completely  destroyed  by  fire.  No  lives  were  lost.  On  Monday 
morning  a  meeting  was  held  in  the  Court  House,  students  were 
placed  in  boarding  houses  and  a  vigorous  campaign  was  started 
to  raise  funds  for  rebuilding.  The  Insurance  Company  settled  by 
a  payment  of  $30,000.  On  November  3,  1876,  the  Common- 
wealth reported  that  the  new  building  was  finished  —  cost,  S47,- 

Mention  has  been  made  of  the  Philologian  Literar)'  Societ)', 
organized  in  1865.  A  rival  organization  called  the  Calliepian  Lit- 
erary Societ)'  had  been  formed  in  1874. 

The  new  building  provided  two  large  rooms,  occupying  space 
along  the  east  side  of  the  hall  leading  from  the  long  porch  to 
what  is  now  the  book  supply  room. 

By  a  quick  payment  of  S50,  the  Calliepian  were  given  choice 
of  rooms.  This  intensified  the  already  bitter  rivair)'  between  the 
two  societies.  This  led  to  the  adoption,  by  the  Trustees  of  an 
elaborate  resolution  consisting  of  seven  rules  of  government,  duties 
and  privileges.  Each  Societ)'  was  given  control  of  the  assigned 
room  and  its  furnishings. 

The  Final  rule,  number  seven,  will  give  an  inkling  of  the  pre- 
vailing conditions: 

"Rule  ~:  In  case  of  tumult  or  disorder  in  either  societ>'  which  shall 
not  be  promptly  suppressed  by  the  officers  of  the  Society,  it  shall  be 
the  duty  of  the  Principal  to  interpose  and  declare  the  meeting  ad- 
journed; and  if  the  Faculrj-  shall  not  provide  against  the  repetition  of 
disorder  or  tumult  by  expulsion  of  the  disorderly  members,  the  Prin- 
cipal shall  report  the  facts  to  the  Trustees." 

In  June,  1877,  a  committee  appointed  by  the  Trustees  began 
an  investigation  of  the  report  that  certain  objectionable  teachings, 
comments  upon  the  Scripture  and  apparent  approval  of  clair- 
voyant and  Spiritualism  tenets  prevailed.  It  was  charged  that  the 
teachings  of  the  Principal,  Dr.  Griswold,  in  class  were  such  as  to 
unsettle  former  convictions  and  to  confuse  the  minds  of  students. 

We  shall  draw  the  curtain  and  quote:  "On  July  19,  1877,  a 
motion  was  adopted  to  notif)'  the  Bloomsburg  Banking  Company 
that  Dr.  T.  L.  Griswold  is  no  longer  Principal  of  the  Bloomsburg 
State  Normal  School."  On  August  16,  1877,  Dr.  Griswold  was 
requested  to  vacate  the  rooms  which  he  and  his  family  occupied 
in  the  Dormitory. 

The  next  notable  figure  in  the  history  of  the  school  was  that 
of  Dr.  D.  J.  Waller,  Jr.,  a  man  whose  memory  is  revered  by  thou- 
sands whose  lives  were  enriched  by  his  contact  with  students  and 

Dr.  Waller  was  a  native  of  Bloomsburg,  with  all  the  advantages 
of  the  finest  New  England  preparatory  schools,  graduating  from 
college  and  preparing  for  the  Ministry-  at  Princeton  Theological 
Seminary.  He  was  ordained  as  a  Minister  in  the  Presbyterian 

One  morning  as  he  and  his  wife  were  driving  into  Bloomsburg, 
from  his  charge  in  Orangeville,  he  was  met  by  a  delegation 
headed  by  Judge  Elwell  and  asked  to  consider  the  proposition  of 
his  becoming  Principal  of  the  Normal  School.  Both  he  and  his 
father  were  reluctant  to  even  consider  a  change  in  his  profession. 

However,  we  find  upon  the  opening  of  the  fall  term  of  1877 
that  Dr.  D.  J.  Waller,  Jr..  having  been  dully  installed,  was  the 
Principal  of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  and  Literary 
Institute,  receiving  "a  salary  of  51,000  plus  S220  for  board  for 
himself  and  wife,  or  a  total  of  SI, 220  per  annum." 

Peace  and  quiet  attention  to  duty  seems  to  have  prevailed.  One 
little  item,  however,  seems  to  have  indicated  an  undesirable  situa- 
tion. On  April  28,   1897,  the  Trustees  adopted  a  resolution  re- 

quiring "each  and  every  student  boarder  to  deposit,  for  safe  keep- 
ing, with  the  Principal,  all  money  or  other  valuables  or  the  School 
shall  not  be  liable  for  loss  by  theft  or  otherwise." 

On  March  29,  1881,  Dr.  Waller  requested  and  was  granted 
permission  to  remove  from  the  dormitory  and  establish  his  home 
in  town. 

The  discipline  within  the  dormitory  thereafter,  was  largely  in 
hands  of  the  resident  members  of  the  facult)'.  A  teacher  was  placed 
in  charge  of  each  hall  or  section. 

The  rooms  were  lighted  by  open  flame,  gas  jets.  "Don't  blow 
out  the  gas"  was  no  empry  slogan,  for  the  majority  of  students 
came  from  homes  where  kerosene  lamps  were  in  use. 

Students  were  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  immediately  after 
supper  and  were  supposed  "to  engage  in  study"  until  10  P.M., 
when  all  lights  were  to  be  extinguished.  Visiting  from  room  to 
room  was  strictly  forbidden. 

On  October  1,  1888,  the  plot  of  ground  known  as  the  Grove 
and  extending  to  Penn  Street  was  purchased  from  John  G.  Freeze. 
It  contained  3^4  acres,  the  purchase  price  being  $3,500. 

The  writer  came  to  the  Normal  School  early  in  the  year  1889. 
Coming  from  a  Prep  School  where  boys  and  girls  mingled  on 
equal  footing,  he  was  puzzled  to  find  that  at  the  Normal  School 
talking  to  one  of  the  opposite  sex  in  the  halls  or  upon  the  campus 
was  a  serious  infraction  of  the  rules. 

When  passing  from  one  classroom  to  another  or  to  the  Study 
Hall,  students  walked  in  single  file  while  a  watchful  member  of 
the  faculty,  book  in  hand,  stood  ready  to  record  demerits  to  the 

The   long  porch"  was  out  of  bounds  for  all  male  students. 

The  Auditorium  had  no  gallery.  Rows  of  single  desk-seats  filled 
the  floor.  All  vacant  periods  were  to  be  spent  in  study  in  this 
room.  Woe  to  one  who  skipped  to  his  room  and  was  detected.  A 
stern-faced  monitor  sat  on  the  platform  —  roll  book  in  hand.  The 
Principal  took  his  regular  turn  with  other  members  of  the  Facult)'. 

We  had  some  excellent  teachers  and  there  should  have  been  a 
generation  of  good  students. 

The  rooms  of  the  Literar)'  Societies  were  a  haven  for  escapists. 
The  student  officers,  in  making  appointments  of  the  various  com- 
mittees saw  to  it  that  certain  obvious  affinities  were  not  over- 
looked. Committee  meetings  were  frequent  and  well  attended. 

On  July  2,  1889,  the  Trustees  authorized  the  purchase  of  the 
two  plots  of  ground  which  are  still  open  lots  to  the  South  of 
Second  Street.  The  purchase  price  was  S4,520.  They  also  author- 
ized the  erection  of  a  four-stor)'  addition  to  what  is  now  Waller 
Hall,  this  addition  being  the  wing  now  used  on  first  floor  as  a 
part  of  the  dining  room  and  extending  to  the  Long  Porch. 

On  March  1,  1889,  Dr.  Waller  presented  his  resignation  as 
Principal  of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  SchooL  He  stated: 
"The  only  motive  is  my  appointment  to  the  position  of  Superin- 
tendent of  Public  Instruction."  He  had  served  13  years. 

The  minutes  of  the  Trustees  as  of  that  time  contain  resolutions 
and  letters  from  both  the  Faculty  and  the  students  deploring  this 
action  and  entreating  Dr.  Waller  to  remain  as  President. 

All  realized,  however,  that  it  was  a  great  and  merited  honor 
conferred  upon  Dr.  Waller  by  the  Governor  of  Pennsylvania,  and 
that  he  was,  in  dut)'  bound,  to  accept. 

The  Trustees  in  releasing  Dr.  Waller  said  in  part: 

Resolved  that  in  assenting  to  Dr.  Wallers  severance  of  the  rela- 
tion of  Principal,  we  do  so  with  regret,  recognizing  that  in  that  step 
the  normal  School  loses  an  honorable,  energetic  and  faithful  Principal, 
a  distinguished  and  successful  educator  and  a  wise  and  just  discipli- 
narian and  the  Faculty  an  efficient  and  respeaed  head  and  the  Trustees 
an  active  and  reliable  cooperator  in  the  work  of  the  Institution." 

On  April  10,  1890,  the  Committee  on  Instruction  and  Disci- 
pline recommended  to  their  fellow  Trustees  that  —  "selected  from 
the  many  and  no  doubt  competent,  whose  names  were  presented, 
it  is  thought  proper  to  recommend  to  you  the  employment  of 
J.  P.  Welsh  as  Principal."  Dr.  Welsh  was  Vice  Principal  of  the 
West  Chester  Normal  School  and  Mrs.  Welsh  was  a  teacher  of 
English  in  that  Institution.  She  was  elected  to  a  similar  position 
here  at  about  the  same  time  as  the  election  of  Dr.  Welsh  to  the 


The  opening  of  the  fall  term  of  1890  brought  many  changes  in 
student  life.  Boys  and  girls  were  allowed  to  walk  from  class  to 
class  and  converse  on  the  way.  The  front  campus  was  neutral 
ground.  The  Grove  was  out  of  bounds  for  couples  and  the  Long 
Porch,  for  some  time,  remained  a  refuge  for  lonely  girls. 

The  tennis  courts  were  graded  and  laid  out  by  the  combined 
efforts  and  money  of  teachers  and  students.  Boys  and  girls  played 
tennis  matches  together  and  there  was  an  air  of  freedom  —  within 
strict  limitations. 

To  illustrate:  By  rule,  no  boarding  student  was  allowed  to  leave 
the  Campus,  without  permission,  until  after  his  last  class  for  the 
day.  For  the  first  time  in  the  history  of  Bloomsburg,  Barnum  and 
Bailey's  Circus  came  to  Town.  It  was  a  fine  day  in  May.  About  15 
to  20  young  men,  student  boarders,  arose  early  and  went  to  the 
circus  grounds  to  see  them  unload.  To  most  of  the  faculty,  this  was 
a  perfectly  natural  thing  to  do.  But  a  rule  had  been  broken!  Hav- 
ing secured  the  names  of  twelve  of  the  miscreants,  twelve  young 
men  were  sent  home  for  the  remainder  of  the  year.  It  nearly 
wrecked  our  baseball  team. 

On  April  9,  1892,  the  Trustees  approved  a  contract  to  remodel 
"Chapel  Hall"  or  what  is  now  the  Auditorium.  A  new  floor  was 
to  be  laid,  the  Stage  enlarged  and  a  gallery  constructed  at  a  cost 
of  $3,950.  New  seats  were  purchased. 

In  another  article  we  have  mentioned  the  expansion  of  building 
and  the  development  of  the  athletic  life  of  the  School.  The  space 
between  Waller  Hall  and  Noetling  Hall  was  filled  by  the  erection 
of  a  four-story  dormitory.  The  Gymnasium  was  built  and  for  the 
first  time,  the  school  had  an  athletic  field  of  its  own.  A  small 
grandstand  was  erected  at  the  northeastern  corner  of  the  field  and 
a  baseball  diamond  and  running  track  were  completed. 

Dr.  Welsh  introduced  Manual  Training  as  a  course  for  all 
Seniors  during  his  first  year.  The  shop  was  located  in  a  room  which 
is  now  the  L  of  the  dining  room  next  to  Long  Porch.  The  fall 
term  was  devoted  to  lectures  on  tools,  their  parts  and  theoretic 
use.  We  learned  the  differences  between  a  rip  saw  and  a  cross-cut 
saw,  but  not  their  age,  by  an  examination  of  their  teeth.  As  we 
sat  on  the  work  benches,  there  being  no  chairs,  we  became  familiar 
friends  of  the  jack  plane,  and  the  smoothing  plane,  to  say  nothing 
of  the  various  grades  of  sandpapers.  How  to  drive  a  nail  without 
confusing  its  location  with  that  of  the  operator's  thumb,  was  fully 
explained.  Chisels,  their  size,  and  proposed  use  were  so  carefully 
taught  that  there  were  very  few  members  of  the  class  who  were 
unable  to  identify  the  cutting  end  from  the  handle.  By  the  end  of 
the  spring  term,  many  of  the  girls  had  become  expert  "chiselers" 
for  each  had  made  (?)  a  Botany  press.  The  Manual  training 
teacher  was  a  graduate  of  West  Chester  Normal  School.  The  "farm 
boys,"  who  had  used  most  tools  from  the  time  they  were  able  to 
swing  an  axe,  dubbed  the  work  of  the  first  term,  "Love's  Labour's 

At  the  turn  of  the  century,  promment  citizens  of  Cuba  began 
sending  their  sons  to  the  United  States  to  continue  their  education 
and  in  particular  to  learn  to  speak  and  write  the  English  language. 
This  was  partly  due  to  a  feeling  of  gratitude  to  the  United  States 
upon  the  outcome  of  the  Spanish-American  War  as  well  as  a 
belief  that  the  future  prosperity  of  Cuba  depended  largely  upon 
the  establishment  of  friendly  relations  between  the  two  countries. 

A  few  began  to  enroll  at  Bloomsburg,  and  at  the  opening  of 
the  fall  term  of  1905,  twenty-five  Spanish  speaking  students  en- 
rolled who  could  neither  speak  nor  understand  English.  The 
Faculty  was  nonplussed.  Cuban  boys  from  the  previous  year's 
enrollment  helped  to  save  the  situation.  Fortunately,  Dr.  Welsh 
was  able  to  secure  the  services  of  Professor  Rockey,  who  could 
speak  and  write  Spanish.  Many  of  these  students  had  received  the 
equivalent  of  a  high  school  course  in  their  native  tongue.  Each 
seemed  to  be  supplied  with  plenty  of  cash,  and  as  they  were  all 
boarders,  they  were  a  decided  help  in  balancing  the  financial 

On  October  5,  1905,  a  resolution  was  adopted  by  the  Trustees 
to  build  Science  Hall.  It  was  to  be  built  on  the  baseball  diamond. 
This  plot  of  ground  being  a  late  purchase  was  not  covered  by  a 

state  mortgage.  Therefore,  a  first  mortgage  could  be  given  as 
security  for  a  bond  issue.  Land  was  purchased  and  a  new  field 
was  graded  to  the  east  of  the  grove.  The  contracts  for  the  erection 
of  Science  Hall  were  approved.  The  contractor  found,  to  his  sur- 
prise, that  the  location  was  "filled  ground.  "  A  Philadelphia  firm 
was  secured  to  place  concrete  piles.  The  foundation  of  Science 
Hall  now  rests  upon  these  piles,  some  of  which  are  15  feet  in 
depth  before  reaching  solid  ground. 

On  July  25,  1906,  Dr.  Welsh  informed  the  Trustees  that  he 
had  been  offered  the  position  of  Vice  President  of  State  College 
with  the  present  office  of  Acting  President.  He  resigned  —  effec- 
tive September  1,  1906. 

During  this  period.  Dr.  Waller  had  completed  a  four-year  term 
as  Superintendent  of  Public  Instruction  and  then  had  accepted  the 
principalship  of  the  Indiana  State  Normal  School. 

The  Trustees,  Faculty,  and  Students  voiced  their  desire  for  the 
return  of  Dr.  Waller  to  Bloomsburg.  On  August  27,  1906,  Dr. 
Waller  was  offered  the  principalship  of  this  school.  He  accepted 
but  desired  to  remain  at  Indiana  for  the  opening  of  the  fall  term. 

W.  B.  Sutliff,  a  member  of  the  faculty,  was  designated  to  serve 
as  "Acting  Principal  of  the  Bloomsburg  Normal  School,  to  serve 
in  that  capacity  until  the  arrival  of  Dr.  D.  J.  Waller."  When  Dr. 
Waller  arrived  he  "found  the  School  opened,  running  smoothly, 
with  all  the  faculty  present  and  an  enrollment  of  5.3 .3  students." 

On  April  12,  1908,  the  School  purchased  the  plot  of  ground 
between  the  old  tennis  courts  and  Spruce  Street,  part  of  which  is 
now  occupied  by  the  Benjamin  Franklin  Training  School  Building. 

The  minutes  of  the  Trustees,  dated  September  4,  1908,  stated: 
"Dr.  D.  J.  Waller,  Jr.,  had  spent  his  vacation  abroad.  He  had  an 
accidental  fall  in  Scotland.  Soon  after  he  became  seriously  ill.  A 
surgical  operation  was  necessary."  A  cable  advice  stated:  ""On 
account  of  weakness  —  not  able  to  travel. "  The  minutes  of  the 
Trustees  stated  the  following:  "Someone  should  be  appointed  to 
take  Dr.  Waller's  place.  On  motion,  W.  B.  Sutliff  was  elected  Act- 
ing "Vice  Principal  until  the  return  of  Dr.  Waller. " 

The  fall  term  opened  with  an  enrollment  of  590  students,  291 
of  whom  were  boarders.  Dr.  Waller  returned  on  October  12.  The 
Trustees  passed  a  resolution  thanking  Mr.  Sutliff  "for  the  very 
satisfactory  manner  in  which  he  performed  the  perplexing  duties 
of  Acting  Principal,  etc.,  etc."  The  total  number  of  students  en- 
rolled in  the  fall  of  1909  was  691.  More  dormitory  rooms  were 

North  Hall  was  being  used  as  a  laundry,  a  home  for  non-pro- 
fessional employees,  together  with  a  chemical  laboratory  on  third 
floor.  By  November,  1909,  the  third  story  had  been  divided  into 
student  rooms,  the  chemical  laboratory  having  been  removed  to 
Science  Hall.  Sixteen  young  men  moved  into  the  new  quarters. 

The  unlimited  entertainment  of  guests  by  teachers  and  other 
employees,  had  grown  to  such  proportions  that  regulations  were 
adopted  to  limit  the  "free  meals"  burden. 

By  May  2,  1910,  all  of  the  Normal  Schools  had  adopted  a  four- 
year  course.  Graduates  of  first  class,  four-year  high  schools,  could 
enter  the  first  year  without  examination.  Many  of  the  courses  of 
the  first  two  years  are  now  offered  in  our  best  high  schools. 

On  April  8,  1912,  the  attention  of  the  Trustees  was  called  to 
the  State  requirement  for  the  "installation  of  a  domestic  science 
department  in  all  Normal- Schools. "  Rooms  in  Science  Hall  were 
fitted  up  and  a  teacher  employed  to  begin  the  work  of  the  depart- 
ment at  the  opening  of  the  fall  term.  The  ladies  of  the  town  evi- 
dently became  interested  in  the  work  as  the  school  began  to  charge 
S6  for  ten  lessons  in  domestic  science  and  S5  for  ten  lessons  in 
sewing  or  in  millinery,  for  "non-students. " 

Manual  Training  was  well  established  and  soon  became,  largely 
a  course  for  men.  "The  Commercial  Department  had  grown  so  that 
two  teachers  were  fully  employed. 

On  August  30,  1912,  the  Trustees  again  called  upon  W.  B. 
Sutliff'  '"to  serve  as  Acting  Principal  to  see  that  the  School  was 
properly  organized  for  the  opening  of  the  fall  term  and  to  conduct 
the  duties  of  the  Principal  until  the  return  of  Dr.  Waller."  Dr. 
Waller  returned  from  his  summer  home  in  Canada,  late  in  Sep- 
tember. He  had  been  detained  by  personal  illness. 


On  February  10,  1913.  the  first  steps  were  taken  for  the  sale  of 
the  School  to  the  State.  The  project  has  been  discussed  in  another 

On  August,  1914,  the  Trustees  noted  that  "about  fifty  chafing 
dishes  and  electrical  utensils  were  found  in  the  dormitor)'  and 
were  being  used  largely  by  teachers."  Their  further  use  was  pro- 

The  class  of  1915  left,  as  a  memorial,  the  sum  of  $315  to  con- 
vert the  "Ice-House"  into  an  infirmary.  The  school  contributed 
enough  to  complete  the  project. 

Spruce  Street.  50  feet  wide,  was  opened  in  1915. 
The  deed  of  conveyance  of  the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute 
and  Normal  School  was  delivered  to  the  State  on  June  29,  1916. 
However,  the  work  of  the  College  Preparator)'  Department  con- 
tinued to  be  given  until  the  close  of  Dr.  Waller's  connection  with 
the  school  in  1920. 

It  may  be  of  interest  to  note  that  on  April  9,  1917,  "because  of 
the  high  cost  of  Itiing"  the  rate  for  board,  room,  and  laundn- 
would  be  raised  to  S5  per  week,  the  previous  charge  being  S4.50. 

On  February  9,  1920,  Dr.  D.  J.  Waller,  Jr.,  notified  the  Trustees 
that  he  would  not  be  a  candidate  for  re-election  to  the  Principal- 
ship  for  the  coming  year.  Appropriate  resolutions  of  regret  and 
felicitations  upon  his  long,  harmonious  and  successful  adminis- 
tration of  the  school  were  adopted. 

The  1920  summer  school  was  organized  and  conducted  in  the 
same  manner  as  that  of  1919  with  the  ex'ception  that  the  Trustees 
claimed  the  registration  fees  to  defray  the  expense  of  up-keep  of 
the  buildings. 

On  July  7.  1920,  Dr.  Charles  H.  Fisher  was  elected  Principal  at 
a  salarj'  of  $5000  and  a  rent  free  house.  Dr.  Fisher  met  with  the 
Board  and  explained  the  new  course  of  study  as  prepared  by  the 
"School  Department  of  the  State."  The  Course  was  designed  for 
the  education  and  training  of  prospective  teachers  only. 

Dr.  Fisher  presented  a  partial  list  of  the  former  faculty'  to  be 
retained.  He  stated  that  he  had  examined  the  files  in  the  State 
Department  and  retained  only  those  whose  training  and  experi- 
ence fitted  the  requirements  of  the  new  course  of  study.  Compar- 
ing the  1919  list  of  the  Facult}-  with  those  listed  by  Dr.  Fisher 
for  re-election  we  find  fourteen  names  missing.  Two  or  three  had 
resigned.  As  Latin,  Spanish,  Chemistr)-,  Physics,  and  Higher 
Mathematics  had  been  eleminated.  no  teachers  of  these  subjects 
were  elected.  A  full  list  of  the  new  facult)'  for  the  fall  term  con- 
tained fort)'-six  names.  Miss  Steele,  a  new  arrival,  was  elected 
Supervisor  of  the  Training  School. 

In  1921  summer  school  opened  June  20  and  continued  for  nine 
weeks.  A  registration  fee  of  SIO  was  charged.  Board,  room  and 
laundr)'  cost  the  student  S6  per  week.  The  facult}'  received  regular 
salaries.  Dr.  Fisher  visited  the  school  for  one  day  during  the 

Dr.  Fisher  made  arrangements  with  the  Director  of  the  Blooms- 
burg School  District  to  use  three  rooms,  grade  IV,  V.  and  VI  for 
practice  teaching.  Miss  Steele  was  to  supervise  the  work. 

Arrangements  were  made  to  extend  the  benefits  of  Normal 
School  Departments  of  physical  education,  music  and  fine  arts  to 
the  town  by  having  the  heads  of  these  departments  spend  half  of 
each  day  in  public  school  work.  The  same  arrangement  was  made 
for  household  arts  and  penmanship. 

Salaries  received  a  much-needed  advance  for  all  members  of  the 
facult}'.  A  Dean  of  Instruction  was  elected  by  the  Trustees  and  at 
once  assumed  the  duties  of  the  newly  created  office. 

Arrangements  were  made  to  open  a  kindergarten  and  a  one- 
room  junior  high  school. 

One  of  the  ambitious  projects  of  the  administration  of  Dr. 
Fisher  was  the  establishment  of  a  Bureau  of  Educational  Research. 
Two  male  teachers  who  had  completed  graduate  work  in  the  field 
took  over  the  work  of  organizing  and  developing  the  work  of  the 
Department  in  the  Fall  of  1920.  At  the  height  of  its  development, 
the  Bureau  occupied  all  of  the  first  floor  front  rooms  north  of  the 
main  entrance  to  what  is  now  the  Post  Office.  Courses  were  estab- 
lished for  faculty  members  as  well  as  for  regular  students. 

The  halls  soon  resounded  with  the  voices  of  students  and  teach- 
ers arguing  about  or  explaining  the  meaning  and  determination 
of  such  terms  as  average,  median,  mean,  mode,  or  the  validity  of 
the  "I.Q."  Normal  curves,  graphical  methods,  chronological  age, 
mental  age,  criteria,  etc.,  became  topics  of  conversation.  No  one 

escaped  the  formula-^      x  100  equals  I.  Q.  The  Project  Method 

was  given  a  trial.  Determining  the  I.  Q.  of  students  and  faculty 
members  became  almost  obligatory. 

Most  of  the  members  of  the  faculty  thought  it  was  a  fascinating 
experience;  to  a  few  who  bemoaned  the  passing  of  "Status  Quo," 
it  seemed  a  disturbing  influence. 

Twenty-five  or  thirt}'  students  were  constantly  employed  eve- 
nings and  at  spare  time  to  do  much  of  the  clerical  work.  As  they 
evaluated  "true  or  false  tests"  and  had  access  to  all  data,  and  as 
only  those  of  high  intelligence  were  employed,  the  situation  led 
to  some  unhappy  situations.  Of  course,  there  were  many  students 
of  the  highest  ranking  who  did  not  desire  employment  or  could 
not  be  given  work. 

When  Dr.  Fisher  left  in  1923,  the  Bureau  of  Educational  Re- 
search ceased.  It  was  a  valuable  experience. 

State  Superintendent  Finnegan's  edict  for  the  certification  of 
teachers  made  an  immediate  demand  for  extension  classes,  for 
teachers  in  service.  The  Deans  office  was  flooded  with  demands 
for  evaluation  of  credits.  Many  teachers  had  never  completed  a 
four-year  high  school  course.  It  became  a  painful  process  to  sacri- 
fice credits  earned  in  a  Normal  School  to  complete  the  required 
basic  fifteen  high  school  units.  However,  as  credit  for  teaching 
experience  could  be  used  to  supplement  the  64-semester  hours  of 
advanced  credits,  satisfactory  adjustments  were  finally  accom- 

An  organizer  of  extension  classes  was  added  to  the  facult}'.  Two 
automobiles  were  purchased  for  the  transportation  of  members  of 
the  facult}'.  By  September,  1922,  Dr.  Fisher  reported  the  extension 
class  enrollment  had  reached  1770.  High  School  seniors  were  not 
allowed  to  register. 

An  interesting  development  occurred.  Each  Normal  School  had 
been  assigned  a  certain  number  of  counties  as  its  district.  Although 
close  at  hand,  Luzerne  Count}'  had  been  assigned  to  another 

Dr.  Baker,  Principal  of  the  East  Stroudsburg  Normal  School, 
tried  to  secure  an  injunction  to  exclude  Bloomsburg  from  giving 
extension  work  in  Luzerne  County.  The  Attorney  General's  de- 
cision was  "The  School  Law  defines  Normal  School  Districts  but 
that  is  all. "  "1  find  nothing  about  what  shall  be  done  within  said 

That  year,  40  out  of  45  members  of  our  faculty  paid  their  own 
expenses  to  attend  a  three-day  conference  of  Normal  School 
Teachers.  The  conference  was  held  at  the  Lock  Haven  Normal 
School.  For  some  years  it  was  an  annual  event,  being  held  at  dif- 
ferent schools  each  year. 

In  June,  1923,  Dr.  Fisher  resigned  to  accept  the  Presidency  of 
the  State  Teachers  College  at  Bellingham.  Washington.  On  June 
27,  1923,  Dr.  G.  C.  L  Riemer  was  elected  Principal  of  the  Blcwms- 
burg  State  Normal  School  at  a  salary  of  S6000  and  a  rent-free 

The  extension  classes  were  continued  on  a  modified  scale.  A 
house  was  rented  in  town  and  a  number  of  teachers  were  removed 
from  c;impus  buildings.  The  Bureau  of  Educational  Research  was 

Announcement  was  made  that  no  salary  increments  would  be 
given  to  any  member  of  the  facult}'  unless  he  had  attended  a 
summer  session  at  some  advanced  institution. 

Dr.  Riemer  was  authorized  by  the  Department  of  Public  In- 
struction to  remodel  North  Hall  into  a  dormitor}-  for  male  stu- 

The  greatest  change  during  his  administration  insofar  as  build- 
ings were  concerned  was  the  creation  of  the  Lobby  in  Waller  Hall. 
This  has  been  described  elsewhere. 

The  junior  high  schcxjl  was  discontinued. 

The  enrollment  in  1925  was  75 1 ;  of  these,  475  were  boarders. 


Arrangements  were  made  to  place  seniors  in  the  Berwick 
schools  to  do  their  student  teaching. 

During  Dr.  Riemer's  administration,  the  status  of  the  institu- 
tion was  changed  from  that  of  a  Normal  School  to  a  Teachers 
College,  although  no  mention  of  the  event  or  change  of  name  is 
found  in  the  Trustees'  minutes  of  that  period. 

Dr.  Riemer  later  became  President  of  Clarion  State  Teachers 

A  meeting  of  the  Trustees  was  held  on  April  11,  1927.  After 
the  routine  business  of  the  meeting  was  completed  the  following 
resolution  appears: 

Resolved,  "That  Francis  B.  Haas  be  and  hereby  is  elected  Princi- 
pal of  the  Bloomsburg  (Pennsylvania)  State  Normal  School  for 
the  term  of  three  years  beginning  July  1,  1927,  etc." 

On  May  9,  1927,  another  meeting  was  held  at  the  close  of 
which  the  following  resolution  was  adopted: 

"Resolved  that  the  Principal-elea,  Francis  B.  Haas,  be  authorized 
and  directed  to  contract  with  the  teachers  for  the  summer  session  of 
1927  and  for  the  regular  sessions  of  192"-28  and  at  the  request  of  the 
Principal-elect  the  necessar)'  routine  concerning  such  employment  will 
locally  be  cleared  through  the  Dean  of  Instruction  until  July  1,  1927." 
"The  beginning  is  the  most  important  part  of  the  work." 


Nevin  T.  Englehart 


The  campus  of  the  college  had  a  small  beginnmg  —  only  the 
portion  upon  which  Carver  Hall  and  certain  other  older  buildings 
are  erected  existed  originally.  Later  there  were  land  purchases,  the 
most  recent  being  that  of  fifteen  acres  from  the  Dillon  Estate.  The 
campus  now  consists  of  about  56  acres,  nearly  all  of  it  in  active 
college  use. 

The  acquisition  of  land  from  time  to  time  changed  the  uses  of 
the  campus.  For  instance,  the  first  athletic  field  was  on  what  is  now 
known  as  Science  Hall  Campus.  The  baseball  infield,  the  entire 
surface  of  which  was  made  of  clay,  was  exactly  where  Science  Hall 
is  now  located.  There  was  a  wooden  grandstand  near  Light  Street 
Road  and  wooden  bleachers  were  built  along  the  edge  of  the 
present  grove.  A  high  board  fence  almost  entirely  enclosed  the 
field,  and  even  at  that  early  date,  there  was  a  "Knot-Hole  Club" 
in  Bloomsburg. 

In  1905-1906,  the  erection  of  Science  Hall  made  necessary  the 
building  of  Mount  Olympus  Field,  a  name  supplied  by  Professor 
J.  H.  Dennis,  then  head  of  the  Department  of  Latin  and  Greek 
Languages.  The  building  of  the  field  was  very  difficult  and  costly 
due  to  the  presence  of  hard  rock  and  red  shale.  Much  dynamite 
was  used. 

Then  came  the  days  of  the  Works  Progress  Administration 
when  the  college  was  given  an  opportunity  to  extend  its  campus 
area  in  a  number  of  places.  First,  a  new  and  larger  Mount  Olympus 
was  laid  out  on  ground  formerly  used  for  farming.  Work  for  men 
nimibering  as  high  as  112,  was  furnished  for  a  long  time  during 
those  days  of  depression.  In  due  time  a  fence  around  the  area  was 
erected  and  a  grass  infield  for  baseball  was  built.  It  has  continued 
to  be  considered  one  of  the  finest  and  best-kept  baseball  fields  in 
college  ranks.  Major  leagues  have  conducted  tryout  schools  on  it 
each  year  for  some  time  past.  Automatically,  the  former  field  came 
to  be  known  as  Lower  Field.  It  is  in  active  use  whenever  outdoor 
sport  is  in  order. 

The  same  improvement  program  resulted  in  the  erection  of 
five  new  clay  tennis  courts  and  the  reconditioning  of  some  older 
ones  near  Waller  Hall. 

At  the  present  time  in  a  large  section  of  the  new  Mount  Olym- 
pus the  surplus  shale  and  earth  is  being  removed,  bringing  closer 
and  closer  the  time  when  the  college  will  be  able  to  have  separate 
fields  for  each  major  activity  and  space  for  an  improved  runnmg 
track  and  all  field  events. 

Since  19.^0,  six  new  buildings  have  been  erected  which  created 
a  need  for  thousands  of  feet  of  campus  roadways,  street  curbs  and 
endless  amounts  of  grading  for  lawns,  terraces,  planting  of  trees 
and  shrubbery. 

There  were  days  in  past  years  when  students  living  outside  of 
Bloomsburg  were  few  and  usually  limited  to  those  coming  from 
nearby  points  by  street-car  systems  or  horse-drawn  vehicles.  Now 
many  commute  daily  by  automobile.  Although  there  are  three 
parking  areas  within  the  campus,  all  parking  space  on  or  near  the 
campus  is  in  full  demand. 

A  point  of  interest  on  the  campus  is  the  steel  flag-pole,  sur- 
rounded by  a  group  of  pine  trees,  located  west  of  Carver  Hall.  The 
pole  and  trees,  together  with  the  bronze  tablet  are  a  class  gift  in 
memory  of  seven  of  our  students  who  made  the  supreme  sacrifice 
in  World  War  1.  One  of  them.  Miss  Merle  Phillips,  was  a  nurse. 

On  the  nofth  side  of  the  campus,  along  Light  Street  Road, 
there  is  a  grove,  principally  of  oak  and  other  hard  wood  trees.  This 
is  the  only  piece  of  virgin  timber  within  the  corporate  limits  of 
Bloomsburg.  In  this  grove  thete  is  a  pergola  given  by  one  of  the 
classes  which  provides  an  open-air  stage  sometimes  used  by  college 
and  Training  School  groups. 

The  natural  location  of  the  campus  at  the  head  of  Bloomsburg's 
principal  street,  its  trees  and  wellkept  lawns,  make  an  attractive 
setting  for  the  college. 


Generally,  all  buildings  on  the  campus  are  of  red  brick  wall 
construction,  most  of  them  with  slate  roof.  The  older  buildings 
were,  of  necessity,  made  of  wood  interior  framework.  With  the 
advent  of  fire-proof  construction,  the  new  units  have  been  con- 
structed with  steel  joists  and  fire  resistant  walls. 

Carver  Hall,  the  first  building  erected,  was  made  possible  by 
funds  collected  by  Professor  Henry  Carver.  In  fact,  he  supervised 
and  did  some  of  the  actual  work  in  erecting  the  building.  It  was 
originally  a  two-story  building  with  three  porches.  At  that  time 
it  was  heated  by  a  furnace  in  the  basement,  and  there  was  a  tall 
brick  chimney  at  the  rear  of  the  building.  The  existing  balcony 
and  the  clock  tower  were  later  additions.  In  the  course  of  time, 
outside  fire  escapes  were  required  by  law  and  these,  too,  were  re- 
placed a  number  of  years  later,  by  three  modern  inside  fire  towers 
or  stairways.  The  stage  also  was  rebuilt  two  or  three  times. 

Waller  and  North  Halls  are  the  living  or  home  headquarters  of 

the  boarding  students.  Also,  in  Waller  Hall  are  the  administra- 
tion offices,  bookstore,  postoQice,  etc. 

Many  years  ago  ( 1 874 )  Waller  Hall  was  destroyed  by  fire. 
North  Hall,  too,  was  damaged  in  a  fire  in  1904.  Alterations  to  both 
of  these  buildings  have  been  frequently  made  to  provide  for 
changing  uses  of  the  buildings  and  also  to  meet  safety  require- 

The  soft  old-style  plaster  and  wall-papered  walls  have  been  re- 
placed with  hard-finish  plaster.  AH  wall  and  ceiling  surfaces  are 
painted  and  there  is  a  constant  trend  towards  the  use  of  such 
color  schemes  as  lend  themselves  best  to  the  use  of  the  buildings 
or  rooms  in  question. 

For  some  decades,  the  general  polic\-  has  been  toward  the  elimi- 
nation of  fire  hazards  in  older  buildings.  All  "open"  stairways 
have  been  taken  away  and  numerous  sets  of  "cut-ofif"  doors  and 
fire-walls  have  been  erected.   There   are  thirteen   enclosed   fire- 


towers  or  stairways  in  the  so-called  "older  buildings"  on  campus. 
Some  time  ago.  the  floors  and  corridors  in  dormitor)-  buildings 
were  covered  with  linoleum.  This  practice  has  been  continued 
from  time  to  time  as  finance  permitted  and  now  in  nearly  all 
buildings  the  floors  in  auditoriums,  social  rooms,  and  many  class- 
rooms have  been  so  furnished. 

The  first  bath  tubs  in  the  dormitories  (  more  than  60  years  ago) 
were  zinc,  encased  with  wotxl.  Strange  as  it  may  now  seem,  as  late 
as  1907  students  rented  earthenware  wash  bowls  and  water  pitch- 
ers from  the  school  for  use  in  their  rooms.  There  were  no  lava- 
tories or  basins  in  the  bath  rooms.  Now  all  bath  installations  are 
modern  showers,  enclosed  in  marble  or  tile  stalls.  The  floors  are  of 
ceramic  tile  and  the  other  plumbing  fixtures  are  of  white  enamel 
or  vitreous  china. 

It  may  be  taken  for  granted  that  a  well-organized  housekeeping 
department  is  on  hand  to  furnish  good  service  in  the  care  of 
buildings  and  furnishings. 

Electric  service,  formerly  distributed  to  various  parts  of  the 
Campus  by  means  of  overhead  wire  on  poles  is  now  conducted  by 
underground  conductor  cables  from  a  main  transformer  vault  to 
transformer  vaults  at  various  buildings.  In  each  building  or  group 
of  buildings,  there  is  a  main  entrance  switch  and  numerous  branch 
circuit  panel  boards,  each  separately  controlled.  This  all  contrib- 
utes to  saferj'  and  prompt  location  of  possible  electric  trouble. 

Down  through  the  years  the  problem  of  safe  food  storage  was 
always  present.  From  the  good  old  ice-house,  filled  with  hand- 
sawed  cakes  of  ice  from  the  nearby  creek  or  pond,  we  have,  like 
others,  arrived  at  electric  refrigeration  and  the  deep-freeze.  This 
convenience  has  contributed  much  to  the  efficienq'  of  the  kitchen 

The  provision  of  heat  has  involved  long  series  of  changes  since 
the  time  when  coal-fired  boilers  were  located  in  or  under  various 
buildings  and  coal-burning  cookstoves  were  in  use  in  the  kitchen. 
For  some  time  past  there  has  been  a  central  heating  plant  distrib- 
uting both  high  and  low  pressure  steam  through  an  underground 
S)'stem  to  every  building  on  the  Campus.  This  includes  high  pres- 
sure steam  for  kitchen  and  laundry-  as  well  as  for  hot  water  genera- 
tors in  every  building.  The  heating  plant,  now  with  four  hand- 
fired  boilers  (  30  years  old )  and  one  travelling  grate  stoker-fired 
unit,  is  being  replaced  with  more  modern  equipment  which  is 
expected  to  provide  for  about  75  to  100  per  cent  increase  in 
horsepower  capacit)'. 

The  kitchen  and  dining  room  department  is  one  of  the  most 
important  adjuncts  of  the  college.  Over  a  long  period  of  time,  the 
service  in  the  dining  room  has  varied  from  seated  table  service  to 
complete  cafeteria  service  and  now  back  to  a  combination  of  the 
two  types  of  service.  During  World  War  II,  when  the  college 
successfully  handled  a  series  of  war  programs,  it  was  necessar)'  to 
serve  different  menus  for  the  civilian  population  and  for  Navy 
personnel,  hence  the  necessit)-  for  cafeteria  service. 

Some  replacement  of  equipment  has  been  made  including  a 
modern  dishwashing  machine.  In  the  bakery  an  electrically  oper- 
ated oven  has  taken  the  place  of  the  coal-fired  oven  of  bygone  days. 

The  dining  hall  has  been  re-decorated,  a  linoleum  floor  covering 
laid,  and  some  improvements  made  to  the  cafeteria  counter.  New 
lighting  fixtures  were  also  installed. 

The  first  elevator  was  operated  by  steam  and  hydraulic  power. 
It  was  both  unsafe  and  uncertain  in  performance.  Elevator  service 
now  includes  a  passenger  car  to  the  four  floors  of  Waller  Hall. 
A  separate  elevator  is  provided  for  freight  service  in  Waller  Hall 
and  there  is  another  located  at  the  Receiving  Room  for  moving 
freight  from  stock  rooms  and  freight  platform  to  the  kitchen. 

The  college  laundrj'  has  operated  in  three  locations.  Many  years 
ago  it  was  located  in  what  is  now  the  college  receiving  room. 
Later,  it  was  moved  to  the  basement  of  North  Hall  where  a  single 
high  pressure  boiler  was  used  to  make  steam  for  the  laundr)',  to 
furnish  50  pounds  steam  pressure  line  to  the  present  kitchen,  and 
to  furnish  heating  for  North  Hall.  This  boiler  was  operated  about 
12  hours  per  day  and  was  entirely  separate  from  the  heating  plant 
service.  The  new  and  mtxlern  laundry  building  erected  about  193.3 

eliminated  the  hazard  of  a  high  pressure  boiler  under  a  dormitory 
building;  added  a  new  boiler  to  the  heating  plant;  and  brought 
high-pressure  steam  directly  from  the  central  plant  to  the  kitchen 
and  the  laundry  building  —  all  distinct  improvements  in  service 
and  economy  of  operation. 

The  principal  gain,  however,  was  the  improved  service  made 
possible  by  the  installation  of  new  machinery  at  a  cost  of  SI  1,000. 
A  "two-lay"  shirt  finishing  machine  adds  much  to  present  eflSciency 
in  this  department. 

When  the  institution  became  a  Normal  School,  and  began  to 
be  State-aided,  its  principal  objective  turned  to  training  teachers 
for  the  public  schools  of  Pennsylvania.  Noetling  Hall,  then  known 
only  as  "Model  School"  was  the  clinic  or  school  for  practice  teach- 
ing. The  Benjamin  Franklin  Training  School,  erected  about  1930, 
met  the  objective  in  a  real  manner  and  that  school  now  has  its 
principal  and  a  full  staff  of  instructors  for  all  grades  from  Kinder- 
garten to  Grade  Six,  inclusive. 

Science  Hall  was  erected  in  1906.  It  was  a  modern  building  at 
that  time  and  contained  laboratories,  class  rooms,  and  lecture 
rooms  for  chemistr)'.  physics,  and  the  natural  sciences.  The  art 
studies  and  the  department  of  music  were  also  located  there.  Sev- 
eral years  ago,  it  was  considerably  changed  to  meet  state  safety 
requirements.  The  open  center  well  was  remo\ed  and  two  fire- 
proof stairways  were  erected.  More  recently,  it  has  been  com- 
pletely rewired  and  new  lighting  fixtures  installed.  Much  labora- 
tory equipment  has  been  added. 

Navy  Hall,  built  under  a  General  State  Authorit)-  program  in 
1938.  got  its  unofficial  name  from  the  fact  that  during  World  War 
II  this  building  was  official  headquarters  for  the  several  war  pro- 
grams at  the  College.  Navy  officers  used  nearly  all  of  first  floor  for 
offices  and  storage  of  material  such  as  clothing,  books,  and  files  of 
records.  Second  floor  was  used  for  class  room  instruction  of 
trainees.  Although  planned  and  erected  for  a  junior  high  school, 
it  was  never  used  as  such  except  during  two  short  summer  ses- 
sions. At  the  close  of  the  War.  enrollment  in  all  departments  in- 
creased rapidly  and  the  Business  Education  Department  moved  in. 
Two  compete  floors  of  class  rooms  and  offices  and  an  auditorium 
on  the  ground  floor  make  this  a  fine  home  for  this  new  and  spe- 
cialized department. 

Opportunities  for  recreation  are  not  mentioned  last  because 
they  are  of  least  importance.  On  the  contrar)-.  they  have  been  in- 
creased and  emphasized  in  recent  years. 

To  summarize  them  briefly,  the  college  has.  in  addition  to  two 
athletic  fields  and  tennis  courts,  a  large  general  recreation  room 
made  possible  by  certain  alterations  in  the  Waller  gj'mnasium. 
There  is  a  fine  social  room  on  first  floor  of  Waller  Hall  and  sepa- 
rate social  rooms  with  lockers  for  day  men  and  women  in  Noetling 
Hall.  The  Science  Hall  social  rooms  provide  facilities  for  serving 
refreshments.  North  Hall  has  its  lobby  and  Waller  Hall  also  has 
lobbies  on  each  of  its  four  floors. 

The  Centennial  Gymnasium,  one  of  our  finest  buildings,  covers 
almost  an  acre  of  ground,  has  a  playing  floor  space  of  84  x  48 
feet,  and  seats  1.000  people.  Two  auxiliar\'  gymnasiums,  with 
equipment,  are  provided  for  men  and  women.  The  swimming  pool, 
of  black  and  white  tile,  is  35  feet  wide  and  75  feet  long,  with  a 
depth  ranging  from  4  to  10  feet.  Ample  bleacher  space  for  spec- 
tators is  provided  on  the  north  side  of  the  pool. 

The  latest  building  improvement  to  benefit  the  college  and  all 
who  visit  it,  is  the  replacement  of  old  "Long  Porch"  with  an  en- 
tirely new  structure  of  brick  colonnade  design  with  red  quarry  tile 
floor,  slate  roof,  and  wrought  iron  railings.  Steel  sash  and  clear 
glass  enclose  the  inner  side,  making  the  porch  usable  for  a  longer 
period  each  year.  An  electrically  operated  color-changing  fountain, 
partly  a  gift  of  the  Class  of  1949,  has  been  constructed  in  Inner 

As  the  college  campus  has  expanded  and  the  number  of  build- 
ings increased,  so  also  the  amount  of  maintenance  necessary  has 
steadily  increased.  Recently  erected  was  a  shop  and  stor.ige  build- 
ing devoted  entirely  to  matters  of  maintenance  and  storage  of 
material.  With  the  years  has  come  the  use  of  power  tools,  includ- 


ing  a  band  saw,  drill  presses,  lathes,  electric  drills,  grinding  ma- 
chine, trucks,  tractor,  power  roller,  many  power-lawn  mowers,  and 
numerous  smaller  electrically  operated  tools.  Thus  it  has  been  pos- 
sible to  meet  the  natural  growth  of  the  college  with  about  the 

same  number  of  employees  and  at  the  same  time  give  quicker  and 
more  efficient  service.  The  college  is  proud  of  its  maintenance  per- 
sonnel, ready  to  take  care  of  daily  duties  in  stride  or  to  step  in 
when  emergency  situations  arise. 



Thomas  P.  North 

In  the  history  of  the  development  of  the  curriculums  of  the 
State  Teachers  College  at  Bloomsburg,  we  must  begin  with  the 
Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute  and  its  preparatory  and  classical 
departments.  These  departments  expanded  so  that  in  the  year 
1868-69.  the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute  had  a  common  school 
department  followed  by  a  two-year  curriculum  for  the  preparation 
of  elementary  teachers.  It  also  had  scientific,  classical  and  com- 
mercial curriculums.  The  subjects  offered  in  the  Junior  year  of 
the  course  included  orthography,  reading,  evolution,  mental  and 
written  arithmetic,  English-grammar,  political  geography,  higher 
arithmetic,  analysis  of  the  English  language,  physical  geography, 
elementary  algebra,  drawing,  followed  by  classical  music  and 
theory  of  teaching.  During  the  latter  part  of  this  year,  students 
were  scheduled  for  a  course  in  methods  of  instruction,  analysis  of 
words  and  technical  terms,  botany  or  geology,  physiolog)',  book- 
keeping, history  of  the  United  States  and  Constitution. 

In  the  catalogue  of  1867-68  the  school  made  special  mention 
of  the  ownership  of  a  sewing  machine  and  advertised,  "That  we 
are  prepared  to  give  lessons  in  plain  and  fancy  sewing  and  to 
teach  young  ladies  how  to  regulate  and  take  care  of  a  machine." 

In  1869  the  school  was  approved  as  a  State  Normal  School  with 
the  only  curriculum  requirements  being  that  the  student  must  re- 
ceive instruction  in  "theory  and  practice  of  teaching." 

As  the  length  of  the  common  school  year  was  increased  and  it 
became  apparent  that  teachers  needed  preparation  for  their  work, 
the  curriculums  of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  were 
modified  to  meet  the  needs  of  teachers.  Before  1920,  the  curricu- 
lums were  quite  arbitrary  and  Bloomsburg  offered  what  the  ad- 
ministration and  faculty  thought  best.  In  general,  the  curriculums 
ran  parallel  to  the  curriculums  of  the  high  schools. 

The  present  conception  of  professional  education  has  been  a 
process  of  evolution.  This  process  became  evident  in  1920  when 
the  Normal  School  curriculums  became  distinctive  and  differen- 
tiated from  those  of  the  secondary  school.  The  admission  require- 
ments were  increased  to  graduation  from  a  four-year  secondary 
school  or  its  equivalent.  Thus,  the  Bloomsburg  Normal  School 
not  only  emerged  from  the  Preparatory  School  category  but  also 
made  a  significant  step  toward  college  status. 

In  the  early  twenties,  the  two-year  curriculum  included  largely 
professional  and  educational  method  courses.  However,  more 
breadth  was  given  to  the  program  in  1923  with  the  introduction 
of  a  three-year  curriculum  with  a  considerable  increase  in  the 
content  of  academic  subjects.  Probably  the  most  important  cur- 
riculum development  at  this  time  was  the  differentiation  of 
courses  between  primary,  intermediate  and  junior  high  school 
groups.  It  was  at  this  time  that  special  curriculums  also  were  ap- 
proved and  organized  in  Pennsylvania  for  such  fields  as  art,  music, 
business,  home  economics  and  physical  education. 

With  the  change  in  the  name  of  the  State  Normal  School  to  the 
Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College  on  May  13,  1927,  the  curricu- 
lums were  again  revised  so  as  to  give  more  attention  to  methods 
and  the  professional  aspects  of  teaching.  This  trend  indicated  the 
early  attempts  to  make  teaching  a  profession.  It  was  during  this 
period  of  growth  that  a  curriculum  in  Business  Education  began 
with  the  college  year  1930-31.  This  curriculum  was  soon  given 
breadth  with  opportunities  to  elect  one  of  the  following  se- 
quences: General  Commercial,  Secretarial,  Accounting,  and  Retail 

The  next  major  curriculum  revision  took  place  in  1937  with  a 
reduction  in  the  number  of  methods  courses  and  the  introduction 
of  so-called  professionalized  subject  matter  courses.  From  this  year 
on  until  1950  there  was  continuous  revision  and  refinement  espe- 
cially from  the  standpoint  of  adding  new  electives,  evaluation  of 
old  syllabi  and  the  writmg  of  new  ones.  These  changes  were  the 
result  of  cooperative  effort  on  the  part  of  the  faculty  and  the 
administrative  officers. 

Among  the  most  important  additions  during  this  period  were 
courses  for  teachers  of  orthogenic  classes  in  1938.  This  develop- 
ment in  special  education  was  later  extended  to  include  the  prepa- 
ration of  speech  correctionists  on  both  the  elementary  and  sec- 
ondary levels. 

Another  change  worthy  of  note  was  the  addition  of  an  area  of 
concentration  in  aeronautics.  Growing  out  of  the  crisis  of  Decem- 
ber 7,  1941,  Blotjmsburg  became  interested  in  aeronautics  and 
entered  into  programs  for  the  preparation  of  pilots  for  the  Army 
and  Navy.  As  a  result  of  this  experience,  the  College  was  approved 
in  April,  1943,  to  offer  aeronautics  as  an  area  of  concentration  on 
the  secondary  school  level.  As  a  first  area  of  concentration,  twenty- 
four  semester  hours  of  such  prescribed  courses  as  the  following 
were  required  for  graduation:  Aviation  Mathematics,  Aircraft 
Communications,  Aerial  Navigation,  Aerodynamics  and  Theory 
of  Flight,  Climatology,  Flight  Experience,  etc. 

Toward  the  end  of  the  period  from  1937  to  1950,  it  became  evi- 
dent that  the  balance  of  general  and  professional  subject  matter 
should  be  re-examined.  As  a  result,  the  pendulum  was  found  to  be 
still  swinging  from  the  emphasis  on  methodology  to  an  under- 
emphasis  on  methods,  especially  during  the  latter  part  of  the 
period  from  1937  to  1950.  In  1951,  revised  curriculums  provide 
methods  in  every  field  and  curriculum.  These  curriculums  are 
distinctive  in  that  they  call  for:  {  1  )  larger  integrated  units  of 
educational  materials;  {  2  )  a  greater  number  of  semester  hours  in 
courses  of  specialization  in  two  areas  of  concentration  for  teachers 
of  the  secondary  schools:  and  (  3  )  the  placing  of  student  teaching 
on  a  full-day  basis.  This  means  a  semester  with  thirty  clock  hours 
per  week  of  student  teaching  including  school  activities. 


Edna  J.  Hazen 

"The  be.t;inning  is  the  most  important  part  of  the  work." 
(  Plato :  The  Republic  —  Book  II. ) 

What  are  the  beginnings  of  elementary  education  in  Pennsyl- 
vania? About  1830  the  Lancastrian  societies  were  flourishing  in 
England.  At  the  same  time  many  persons  in  Pennsylvania  were 
becoming  aware  of  the  need  for  schools  for  their  children  and 
teachers  for  the  schools.  This  awareness  in  Pennsylvania,  strength- 

ened by  similar  interests  in  England  and  Massachusetts,  led  to  the 
passage  of  the  Free  School  Act  of  1834.  Not  only  was  there  to  be 
an  adequate  number  of  schools  but 

"it  would  extend  its  provisions  so  as  to  secure  the  education  and 
instruction  of  a  competent  number  of  active,  intelli.aent  teachers,  who 
will  not  only  be  prepared,  but  well  qualified  to  take  upon  themselves 
the  govetnment  of  the  schools  and  to  communicate  instruction  to  the 


This  was  only  the  beginning  of  a  series  of  events,  for  by  1869 
the  May  Pennsyliania  School  Journal  reports  that  enterprising 
citizens  of  the  Sixth  District  have  a  Normal  School  in  progress  of 
construction.  Upon  inspection  it  was  found  to  be 

so  Pennsylvanian,  because  so  quietly  yet  effectively  carried  on  —  anJ 
It  will  compare  most  favorably  with  the  best  in  this  noble  class  of 
As  the  record  shows  this  was  the  year  in  which  The  Bloomsburg 
Literary  Institute  and  State  Normal  School  was  recognized  by  the 
state.  Leading  citizens  sacrificed  time  and  money  to  found  these 

"to  provide  for  the  due  training  of  teachers  for  the  Common  Schools 
of  the  State." 
From  these  Common  Schools,  Pennsylvania  moved  through  many 
stages  until  the  ungraded  schools  under  a  County  system  were 
rated  excellent  by  1900. 

The  half  century  1900-1930  has  witnessed  a  revolutionary 
change  of  attitude  regarding  the  education  of  young  children. 
Around  1900,  teachers  with  little  education  taught  little  learning 
to  little  children  for  little  pay.  Little  wonder  that  the  general  pub- 
lic has  slowly  broken  away  from  the  traditional  idea. 

Today,  in  1950,  education  of  young  children  has  attained  a 
place  of  high  importance.  Certification  requirements  und  salaries 
are  equal  to  those  of  secondary  education.  More  outstanding  is  the 
wiping  out  of  the  false  notion  that  the  education  of  young  chil- 
dren is  less  important  than  when  these  same  children  are  older. 

Throughout  the  years  this  institution  has  contributed  its  share 
toward  a  better  quality  of  teaching.  A  page  in  the  1900-1901  cata- 
logue of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  describes  its  "Pro- 
fessional Department"  in  part: 

"It  is  the  distinctive  province  of  this  Normal  School  to  train  teachers. 
No  work  in  the  other  departments  is  allowed  to  influence  this  or 
interfere  with  it.  Daily  instruction  in  the  science  and  art  of  teaching 
is  given,  works  on  teaching  are  read,  and  notes  and  written  criticisms 
are  made  by  all  pupils  preparing  to  teach." 
It  further  states  that 

"practice  teaching  is  done  under  the  direct  supervision  of  the  Pro- 
fessor of  Pedagogy  and  the  Model  School  teachers  and  in  the  presence 
also  of  a  committee  of  seniors,  whose  dury  it  is  to  take  notes  and 
prepare  to  discuss  intelligently  all  work  done.  In  a  subsequent  meet- 
ing of  the  whole  senior  class,  called  the  Criticism  meeting,  the  visiting 
committees  report  on  the  work  done  in  their  presence,  pointing  out 
failures  and  successes  and  discussing  all." 
The  original  Model  School  known  as  Hemlock  Hall  was  a  small 
white  building  located  on  the  present  site  of  the  Memorial  Pinery. 
It  was  torn  down  about  1890. 

The  Model  School  of  1900  was  housed  in  the  building  that  is 
now  Noetling  Hall.  The  high  aims  of  that  day  are  revealed  in  the 
catalogue  description: 

"A  well  graded  and  properly  conducted  Model  School  is  the  most 
important  adjunct  to  a  Normal  School.  It  is  here  that  the  members 
of  the  graduating  class  do  their  practice  teaching.  This  school,  there- 
fore, is  intended  to  be  a  model  in  grading,  in  discipline,  and  in  re- 
sults. It  is  claimed  that  the  work  done  in  this  department  is  unsur- 
passed, and  in  strict  accord  with  pedagogical  principles." 

The  State  Normal  School  became  the  State  Teachers  College. 
Demonstration,  participation  and  practice  teaching  demanded  new 
and  better  facilities.  Despite  other  building  needs,  the  importance 
of  elementary  education  and  practice  was  realized  by  college  ad- 
ministrators and  we  find  the  following  in  the  1931  B.S.T.C.  cata- 

"The  new  Benjamin  Franklin  Training  School  building  was  opened 
for  use  the  first  day  of  the  1930-31  school  year.  It  is  designed,  planned 
and  equipped  in  accordance  with  the  best  modern  pracrice.  It  pro- 
vides teacher  training  facilities  from  the  kindergarten  to  the  sixth 
grade.  Among  the  features  is  a  special  room  arranged  for  observation 
and  demonstration  work." 

During  the  college  year  1936-37,  the  Elementary  Education 
Curriculum  added  Special  Education  for  Mentally  Retarded  as  a 
field  for  specialization.  Practice  teaching  is  provided  in  the  cam- 
pus laboratory  school.  This  is  a  rapidly  expanding  field  and  the 
demand  for  teachers  far  exceeds  the  supply. 

The  Pennsylvania  Progr;un  of  Education  for  the  Mentally  Re- 
tarded aims  to  capitalize  each  child's  special  abilities  and  to  mini- 
mize his  defects  so  that  he  may  live  happily  and  effectively. 

Today  in  1950  the  Laboratory  School  provides  opportunity  for 
creative  educational  experimentation  and  for  the  practical  applica- 
tion of  educational  theory  under  normal  public-school  conditions. 
The  amount  and  degrees  of  experimentation  is  limited  to  the  ex- 
tent that  provision  must  be  made  for  demonstration  and  practice 

After  students  are  grounded  in  subject  matter  and  professional 
theory,  each  student  is  assigned  to  teaching  under  the  direction  of 
a  training  teacher.  A  program  is  arranged,  modified  from  time  to 
time  in  the  light  of  the  nature  of  the  student's  development,  to 
give  him  within  the  time  allotted  the  kinds  of  experiences  that 
will  make  for  the  best  development  of  teaching  ability  of  which  he 
is  capable. 

Young  men,  as  well  as  young  women,  are  preparing  themselves 
for  a  lifetime  career  in  elementary  schools.  The  high  aims  in  1900, 
no  doubt,  laid  the  foundation  for  whatever  we  are  doing  well 

The  education  of  today's  children  is  the  nation's  foremost  re- 
sponsibility. Elementary  teachers  must  bear  a  large  portion  of  this 
responsibility  for  it  is  in  the  elementary  school  that  all  the  children 
are  enrolled. 


W.  C.  Forney 

In  1869  the  catalog  was  titled  "Officers  and  Students  of  the 
Bloomsburg  Literary  and  Commercial  Institute  and  Pennsylvania 
State  Normal  School  of  the  Sixth  District"  In  the  following  year 
the  reference  to  Commercial  Institute  was  dropped  from  the 
catalog  title.  This  is  not  to  be  taken  to  mean  that  instruction  was 
not  given  in  Bookkeeping,  Shorthand,  and  Typewriting,  but  that 
the  change  from  the  status  of  an  Academy  to  a  Literary  Institute 
considered  the  inclusion  of  Typewriting  and  Shorthand  in  the 

Business  Education  dates  back  to  1884  when  bookkeeping  and 
penmanship  were  part  of  the  curriculum  of  the  Bloomsburg  State 
Normal  School.  In  1888  commercial  law  was  added.  The  follow- 
ing statement  is  found  in  the  catalog  for  that  year: 

"It  is  to  be  noted  that  candidates  for  the  Senior  Class,  among  other 
requirements,  must  have  studied  Bookkeeping  at  least  seven  weeks." 

The  Stenography  and  Typewriting  department  was  opened  in 
1895.  Shorthand,  Typewriting  and  Business  Arithmetic  were 
added  to  the  curriculum  in  that  year.  A  description  of  the  courses 
is  as  follows: 

"An   experienced   teacher,   a   graduate   of   the   Cincinnati   College   of 
Phonography,  gives  lessons  in  stenography  and  rj'pewriting.  The  start- 

ing of  this  department  meets  a  growing  demand,  and   many  young 
people  have  availed  themselves  of  this  opportunity  to  .get,  at  slight 
expense,  a  good  business  education.  Bookkeeping  and  business  arith- 
metic, with  lessons  in  English,  all  of  which  may  be  had  in  the  various 
departments  of  the  school,  make  a  valuable  addition  to  stenography 
and  tj'pewriting  and  tit  young  men  and  women  still   better  for   re- 
sponsible positions.  " 
The  author  of  the  bookkeeping  text  was  Lyte  and  a  Manual 
of  Phonography  by  Ben  Pitman  and  Jerome  Howard  was  used  in 
the  classes  of  stenography. 

In  1904  the  name  was  changed  from  the  department  of  Sten- 
ography and  Typewriting  to  The  Commercial  Department.  The 
subjects  offered  were  stenography,  typewriting,  bookkeeping, 
penmanship,  commercial  law,  commercial  geography  and  com- 
mercial arithmetic. 

The  curriculum  provided  for  two  courses  of  study.  One  was  a 
three-year  course,  for  Normal  students  preparing  to  teach.  The 
second  course  was  intended  to  meet  the  needs  of  special  students 
who  expected  to  devote  their  time  almost  exclusively  to  the  com- 
mercial studies. 

The  above  curriculum  in  business  education  was  the  general 
pattern   until    1910  when   business  practice  and  office  methods 


courses  were  introduced.  No  further  changes  were  made  in  the 
curriculum  until  1930  when  the  present  Department  of  Business 
Education  was  organized. 

In  1930,  the  Department  of  Public  Instruction  designated  the 
State  Teachers  College  at  Bloomsburg,  Pennsylvania,  as  one  of  the 
institutions  where  commercial  teachers  for  high  schools  of  the 
State  would  be  trained.  Mr.  Harvey  A.  Andruss  was  chosen 
Director  of  Business  Education  to  organize  the  new  department. 
Miss  Margaret  Hoke  was  the  first  teacher  elected  to  teach  in  the 
newly  organized  department.  The  curriculum  was  a  one-way 
curriculum  known  as  the  Commercial  Teachers  Training  Course. 
All  students  were  required  to  take  the  same  subjects. 

On  September  15,  1930,  the  students  of  the  Department  of 
Business  Education  organized  the  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 
which  became  known  as  the  Business  Education  Club  in  1939. 
All  students  in  the  Department  of  Business  Education  are  eligible 
for  membership  in  the  Business  Education  Club. 

On  May  15,  1931,  the  Department  of  Business  Education  spon- 
sored the  first  Commercial  Contest.  It  was  such  an  outstanding 
success  that  it  has  become  an  annual  event  sponsored  by  the  Bus- 
iness Education  Department.  This  is  a  contest  in  which  students  in 
high  schools  throughout  the  state  meet  in  competitive  examina- 
tions in  business  subjects.  Examinations  are  administered  in: 
Gregg  Shorthand,  Bookkeeping,  Typewriting,  Business  Law,  and 
Business  Arithmetic.  Gold,  silver,  and  bronze  medals  are  given  to 
the  contestants  winning  first,  second,  and  third  places  respectively 
in  the  various  examinations.  While  the  examinations  are  being 
held,  the  teachers  who  accompany  the  contestants  are  provided 
with  a  variety  of  activities. 

In  the  fall  of  1934,  the  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce  peti- 
tioned for  membership  in  the  National  Professional  Business 
Education  Fraternity,  Pi  Omega  Pi.  The  Alpha  Delta  Chapter  of 
Pi  Omega  Pi  was  installed  at  Bloomsburg  on  May  28,  1935,  for 
the  purpose  of  recognizing  superior  scholarship  in  the  business 
subjects  and  professional  promise  of  prospective  commercial 
teachers.  Students  who  have  been  members  of  the  Business  Edu- 
cation Club  for  two  years  and  have  attained  a  high  scholastic 
standing  are  eligible  for  membership. 

The  next  few  years  were  a  period  of  great  expansion.  In  1937 
Mr.  William  C.  Forney  was  appointed  Director  of  Business  Ed- 
ucation and  served  in  that  capacity  until   1946  when,  due  to  ill 

health,  he  was  forced  to  relinquish  the  position.  In  )uly  1946.  Dr. 
J.  Frank  Dame  was  appointed  to  succeed  Mr.  Forney  as  Director 
of  the  Department.  Dr.  Dame  came  to  Bloomsburg  from  Temple 
University  where  he  was  director  of  graduate  work  in  business 
education.  He  left  Bloomsburg  in  1947  to  accept  the  position  of 
educational  director  of  the  National  Office  Management  Associa- 
tion. Mr.  Richard  G.  Hallisy  was  appointed  Director  of  Business 
Education  to  succeed  Dr.  Dame.  Mr.  Hallisy'' came  to  Bloomsburg 
from  Washington,  D.  C,  where  he  was  Educationist  with  the 
Veterans  Administration,  Division  of  Business  and  Sales. 

The  first  Retail  Sales  Training  Conference  was  held  in  Feb- 
ruary 1947.  The  conference  proved  so  worthwhile  that  it  is  now 
an  annual  affair.  The  program  has  been  expanded  to  include  an 
afternoon  as  well  as  an  evening  session.  It  is  the  purpose  of  the 
conference  to  provide  a  highly  practical  and  profitable  program  for 
business,  to  foster  better  relationships  between  business  and  the 
school,  and  give  students  an  opportunity  to  secure  practice  in 
organizing  and  administering  community  activities. 

The  present  curriculum  is  divided  into  four  sequences  to  pro- 
vide students  with  an  opportunity  to  select  an  area  of  study  which 
is  compatible  with  their  interests  and  abilities.  Upon  satisfactory 
completion  of  the  basic  first  year  of  Business  Curriculum,  students 
are  expected  to  choose  one  of  the  sequences.  General  Business, 
Accounting,  Secretarial,  or  Retail  Selhng. 

Students  completing  the  General  Business  Sequence  are  certified 
in  Bookkeeping  and  Accounting,  Business  English,  Commer- 
cial or  Economic  Geography,  Business  Law,  Business  Mathe- 
matics, Economics.  Junior  Business  Training,  Office  Practice, 
Salesmanship,  Shorthand,  and  Typewriting.  Those  completing  the 
Accounting  Sequence  are  certified  in  all  the  subjects  named  above 
except  Shorthand  and  Typewriting.  Students  completing  the 
Secretarial  Sequence  are  certified  in  all  the  subjects  mentioned 
under  the  General  Business  Sequence  except  Bookkeeping  and 
Accounting.  Students  completing  the  Retail  Selling  Sequence 
are  certified  in  Salesmanship,  Retail  Selling,  Business  English, 
Commercial  or  Economic  Geography,  Business  Law.  Business 
Mathematics,  Economics,  and  Junior  Business  Training. 

The  electives  in  the  Accounting,  Secretarial,  and  Retail  Selling 
sequences  may  be  used  to  meet  minimum  certification  require- 
ments in  other  areas  of  Business  Education  or  in  English,  Social 
Studies  or  Mathematics. 


John  C.  Koch 

In  1927  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  became  the 
Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College,  which  signalled  its  right  to 
confer  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Education,  as  ap- 
proved by  the  Pennsylvania  State  Council  of  Education.  These 
first  B.S.  degrees  in  Education  were  granted  in  the  field  of 
secondary  education  until  1934,  when  all  graduates  of  State 
Teachers  College,  including  the  elementary  education  field,  were 
required  to  obtain  degrees. 

The  work  in  secondary  education  at  Bloomsburg  began  in  the 
fall  of  1928  at  the  junior  high  school  level,  when  about  eighteen 
students  were  assigned  to  do  student  teaching  in  the  Bloomsburg 
High  School  under  the  supervision  of  a  Director  of  Secondary 
Education.  The  Director  also  taught  the  theory  courses  which 
correlated  their  college  work  with  practice  teaching. 

In  the  first  few  years  practice  teaching  was  done  in  the  fields 
of  English,  social  studies,  mathematics  and  geography.  As  time 
progressed  and  work  was  done  in  practice  teaching  in  the  senior 
high  school,  additional  areas  of  practice  teaching  were  added. 
These  included  biology,  chemistry,  physics,  Latin  and  French. 

The  program  of  practice  teaching  in  the  Bloomsburg  secondary 

schools  was  initiated  on  a  contractual  basis  with  individual  teach- 
ers, who  received  additional  salary  paid  by  the  college  in  propor- 
tion to  the  number  of  student  teachers  assigned  to  them. 

As  the  program  grew,  facilities  beyond  those  available  in  the 
town  of  Bloomsburg  were  required,  and  secondary  students  from 
the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College  eventually  did  practice 
teaching  in  Berwick,  Espy,"Orangeville  and  Danville. 

Frequent  professional  meetings  of  the  regular  teachers  engaged 
in  practice  teaching  conducted  by  the  Director  of  Secondary 
Education  integrated  the  work  of  the  group  and  kept  them  abreast 
of  new  developments  in  education.  Lesson  plan  procedures,  work 
units  and  class  projects  were  developed  by  the  group  as  they  pro- 
ceeded with  the  program. 

The  placement  of  secondary  teachers  trained  in  this  program 
was  always  maintained  at  a  high  level  through  the  efforts  of  the 
Placement  Bureau  of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College. 
Bloomsburg  graduates  of  the  Secondary  Department  are  to  be 
found  all  over  the  state  of  Pennsylvania,  as  well  as  many  neighbor- 
ing states. 



John  C.  Koch 

The  development  of  aviation  education  at  the  State  Teachers 
College  at  Bloomsburg  is  probably  unique  in  the  history  of 
American  colleges.  The  program  started  on  a  small  scale  in  the 
fall  of  1940,  with  ten  trainees,  under  the  Civilian  Pilot  Training 
project.  Several  of  the  training  groups  included  a  girl.  One  of 
these  ferried  planes  and  performed  the  other  flying  duties  of  a 
WASP  during  the  war. 

After  Pearl  Harbor  the  program  was  stepped  up  and  over  100 
civilian  college  students  were  given  preliminary  military  flight 
training.  Some  of  our  country's  first  air  defenders  were  men 
trained  at  Bloomsburg. 

In  conjunction  with  the  Army  Air  Force  program,  the  Naxy 
asked  Bloomsburg  to  train  V-5  cadets,  and  North  Hall  at  one  time 
housed  both  Army  and  Nav^  pilots.  Over  550  Army  and  Navy 
aviation  cadets  received  training  at  Bloomsburg. 

In  1942  the  Navy  asked  that  Bloomsburg  do  an  exclusive  Navy 
training  job,  and  the  Army  program  was  discontinued. 

In  1943  the  Navy  selected  Bloomsburg,  along  with  ■only  four 
other  colleges  in  the  United  States  —  Georgia.  Chicago,  Purdue, 
and  Texas  —  to  do  a  specialized  training  program  for  Navy  flight 
instructors.  This  program,  concluded  in  1944,  resulted  in  the 
training  of  250  Naval  flight  instructors. 

To  meet  the  exigencies  of  war,  faculty  members  at  Bloomsburg 
adapted  their  talents.  An  art  teacher  taught  aircraft  recognition; 
a  geography  professor  became  a  meteorology  instructor;  and  a 
history  professor  taught  civil  air  regulations.  As  a  result  of  this 
new  aviation  instruction  on  the  part  of  the  civilian  faculty,  and 
the  obvious  adaptations  needed  in  educational  material  to  meet 
the  needs  of  the  air-age,  a  curriculum  for  the  training  of  teachers 
in  aviation  education  was  devised.  It  was  accredited  by  the  Civil 
Aeronautics  Administration  as  being  the  first  of  its  kind  in  the 

To  test  out  the  new  curriculum,  opportunities  were  made 
available  in  the  summer  of  1944  and  1945  for  high  school  stu- 
dents above  the  age  of  fourteen  and  high  school  teachers  to  take 
aviation  courses  together,  including  flight  instruction.  This,  again, 
was  the  first  opportunirj'  of  its  kind  available  in  the  United  States, 
and  the  program  received  national  recognition  in  metropolitan 
newspapers  and  national  publications. 

Pilots,  students  and  teachers  who  received  aviation  training  at 
Bloomsburg  are  scattered  all  over  the  world,  and  their  influence 
in  educational  and  aviation  circles  reflects  credit  on  the  thorough 
introduction  to  aviation  which  they  first  received  at  Bloomsburg. 


George  J.  Keller 

The  development  of  visual  art  at  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers 
College  is  a  story  of  progress  in  educational  objectives.  Its  growth 
may  be  divided  into  three  distinct  periods.  The  first,  or  imitative 
phase,  started  with  the  beginning  of  the  Normal  School,  and  had 
to  do  with  the  development  of  the  pupil's  ability  to  copy  repro- 
ductions of  the  masters,  as  well  as  photographs  and  natural 
objects.  Skill  in  drawing  was  the  criterion  by  which  the  student's 
progress  was  measured.  The  Normal  instructor  was  interested  only 
in  teaching  accuracy  in  draftsmanship;  and  in  turn  insisted  upon 
a  repetition  of  this  technique  being  carried  out  by  students  in 
the  "model  school. "  SkiU  in  drawing  was  thus  an  end  in  itself. 

The  second,  or  creative  period,  began  about  1921.  The  general 
tendenq'  in  the  fine  arts  then  was  the  encouragement  of  creative 
expression.  Skill  in  drawing  was  now  considered  only  a  means  to 
an  end.  The  development  of  the  individual  and  a  respect  for 
personality  were  becoming  of  paramount  importance.  The  Tea- 
chers College  instructor  emphasized  the  value  of  self-expression 
and  the  omission  of  imitative  procedures.  College  students  met 
in  conference  with  their  teachers  and  were  encouraged  to  sug- 
gest individual  ways  of  motivating  lessons  in  the  training  school. 

Creative  activirj-  became  a  joint  affair  between  the  teacher  and 
the  pupils. 

The  third  phase  in  college  art,  from  about  1932  to  the  present 
time,  is  a  combination  of  the  creative  attitude  and  a  tendency 
toward  practicability.  Today,  all  over  the  world,  there  is  a  move- 
ment in  the  direction  of  art  in  industry.  Americans  everywhere  are 
demanding  that  their  clothes,  their  homes,  and  whatever  comes 
into  their  lives  shall  be  beautiful.  The  best  concepts  of  art  are 
being  applied  to  objects  of  daily  use  and  environment.  The 
Teachers  College  classes  are  not  only  taught  the  principles  of 
beauty  for  the  purpose  of  conveying  this  information  to  their 
pupils,  but  they  are  also  encouraged  to  use  these  principles  in  their 
own  lives.  The  college  instructor,  in  conference  hours,  discusses 
the  creative  art  teaching  procedure,  and  arouses  in  the  student 
teacher  a  consciousness  of  the  importance  of  good  taste  in  the 
child's  social  life,  as  well  as  in  his  future  business  life. 

Appreciation  of  Art  has  been  a  part  of  the  requirement  for  all 
Elementar)'  and  Secondary  students  since  the  institution  became 
a  college.  In  1951,  Introduction  of  Art  became  a  part  of  all 
curriculums  including  special  fields  such  as  business. 


H.  Harrison  Russell 

The  college  course  in  'Visual  Education  was  taught  first  in 
1932.  At  that  time  the  equipment  consisted  of  three  glass-slide 
lanterns,  one  I6mm  silent  projector,  one  35mm  silent  portable 
projector,  one  portable  screen  and  the  Auditorium  35mm  sound 
projector.  Prior  to  the  acquisition  of  the  motion  picture  equip- 
ment, hundreds  of  stereographs  and  glass  slides  had  been  available 
for  use  especially  in  the  departments  of  science  and  geography 
and  in  the  Training  School.  The  museum  equipment  obtained 
from  the  Philadelphia  Commercial  Museum  also  was  available. 

From  the  beginning,  the  objective  of  the  course  has  been  to 
learn  means  by  which  pupils  can  have  experiences  which  will 
enable  them  to  acquire  correct  concepts  of  the  universe,  the  earth 
and  its  inhabitants,  and  their  interrelationship.  These  in  turn  will 
enable  them  to  reason  intelligently.  In  other  words  they  should 
recognize   that   abstractions   represented   by   verbal    symbols   are 

fundamentally  based  on  sensory  experiences,  without  which  com- 
prehension cannot  be  obtained. 

Since  radio  and  recordings  are  now  used  in  the  learning  ex- 
periences the  course  is  now  labelled  Audio-'Visual  Education. 
Perhaps  a  still  better  name  would  be  Sensory  Aids  in  Education. 

Through  the  past  years,  the  college  has  given  attention  to 
keeping  abreast  of  the  times  with  reference  to  sensory  aids. 
Evidence  of  this  is  found  in  the  facilities  for  direct,  purposeful 
experiences,  contrived  experiences,  dramatic  participation,  dem- 
onstrations, field  studies,  exhibits,  still  pictures  and  motion 

In  recent  years,  emphasis  has  been  placed  on  sound  pictures, 
radio  and  recordings.  This  does  not  means  that  sensory  aids  of 
long  standing  have  been  abandoned.  Each  has  its  place.  However, 
the  learning  process  has  been  promoted  by  the  opportunities  given 


the  prospective  teachers  for  experiences  in  the  educational  tech- 
niques associated  with  the  modern  equipment. 

During  1949  and  1950,  an  audio-visual  room  was  equipped 
with  permanent  l6mm  projectors  and  screen  with  an  experienced 
operator  available  during  all  hours  of  the  college  day.  Two  other 
buildings  on  the  campus  are  equipped  with  portable  sound  pro- 
jectors, silent  film  projectors,  filmstrip  and  glass-slide  projectors. 
Film  servicing  is  done  in  a  room  adjoining  the  audio-visual  room. 

Other  equipment  mcludes  opaque  projectors,  overhead  projec- 
tors, disc  and  filmstrip  combination,  recorder  and  public  address 

The  college  film  library  has  132  silent  films  and  303  sound  films, 
many  of  which  are  in  color.  Also,  several  hundred  lilmstrips  and 
2-inch  slides  are  available.  It  is  equipped  as  a  lending  library  for 
vocational  education  in  the  high  schools  in  our  college  service 


John  J.  Fisher 

During  the  eighty  years  in  which  Bloomsburg  has  been  en- 
gaged in  the  education  of  teachers,  the  professional  portion  of  the 
curricula  has  been  greatly  increased  in  amount  and  changed  in 

The  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute,  qualifying  under  the  Nor- 
mal School  Act  of  1857,  was  recognized  in  1869  as  the  State 
Normal  School  of  the  Sixth  District.  The  act  required  that  "a 
Model  School  with  accommodations  for  one  hundred  pupils"  be 
established,  and  that  the  course  of  study  "include  the  theory  and 
practice  of  teaching."  These  two  requirements  are  the  only 
features  of  the  law  that  refer  to  the  introduction  of  professional 
material  into  the  course  of  study. 

Mental  Philosophy,  the  forerunner  of  psychology,  was  taught 
before  the  Literary  Institute  became  a  Normal  School.  Mental 
Philosophy  was  described  in  the  1879-1880  catalog  as  "including 
the  intellect,  the  sensibilities  and  the  will."  The  same  description 
was  used  for  Psychology  when  the  title  appeared  in  the  catalog 
for  1885-1886. 

In  the  year  in  which  the  Institute  was  given  this  status,  the 
Model  School  was  in  operation.  In  the  same  year  Theory  of  Teach- 
ing and  Methods  oj  Instruction  applied  to  practice  in  the  Model 
School  were  added  to  the  course  of  study.  Although  the  records 
are  not  entirely  clear  on  this  point,  it  is  probable  that  these 
"professional"  subjects  composed  from  ?>'^c  to  \2%  of  the  course 
of  study. 

Trends  in  professional  thinking  in  the  Bloomsburg  State 
Normal  School  are  indicated  by  the  change  of  the  name  of  the 
Model  School  to  Training  School  in  1918  and  by  the  appearance 
of  new  titles  of  subjects  in  the  catalogs  as  shown  by  the  table; 

History  of  Education 1869-18^0 

Science  of  Teaching      -  1873-1874 

Psychology    1885-1886 

Philosophy  of  Education  1885-1886 

School  Management  1885-1886 

School   Apparatus   and   Appliances  1902-190^ 

Practice   Teaching    1905-1906 

School  Sanitation  1910-1911 

As  a  point  of  view  and  content  changed,  new  names  were 
given  to  old  subjects  and  new  subjects  were  added.  Although 
many  new  titles  appeared,  the  percentage  of  professional  sub- 
jects did  not  increase  greatly  for  forty  years.  This  percentage  was 
increased  to  about  17%  by  a  revision  of  the  course  of  study  in 
1910.  In  1920,  after  the  State  had  purchased  the  State  Normal 
School  and  it  truly  became  a  state  institution,  the  professional 
material  in  the  several  curricula  varied  from  A\%  to  49%.  In 
1926  the  professional  content  in  these  same  curricula  ranged  from 
29%^  to  34%.  These  percentages  have  remained  quite  constant 
to  the  present  time.  The  minimum  amounts  of  professional  ma- 
terial in  the  curricula  for  elementary,  secondary,  and  commercial 
teachers  are  30%  28%-  and  27%  respectively. 

Enthusiasm  for  the  objective  measurement  of  capacity  and 
achievement,  which  had  been  rapidly  mounting  in  the  univer- 
sities, struck  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  in  the  early  1920's. 
The  I92O-I92I  faculty  included  a  "lecturer  on  educational 
measurements."  In  1922  there  was  organized  a  Bureau  of  Educa- 
tional Research  which  offered  courses  in  "educational  measure- 
ments, measurement  of  intelligence,  statistical  methods  in  educa- 
tion, and  supervision  of  measurement."  By  1924  all  curricula,  both 
two-year  and  three-year,  included  a  three-hour  course  in  educa- 

tional measurements.  Courses  in  methods  carried  topics  pertaining 
to  the  construction  and  use  of  objective  tests.  Both  standardized 
and  objective  teacher-made  tests  were  widely  used. 

The  new  enthusiasm,  however,  was  short  lived.  By  1932,  al- 
though all  curricula  had  been  lengthened  to  four  years,  courses  in 
educational  measurements  had  been  reduced  to  two  hours  and 
fewer  objective  tests  were  being  given. 

Two  plausible  explanations  for  this  rise  and  fall  of  objective 
measurement  in  education  present  themselves.  First,  the  measure- 
ment movement  in  its  enthusiasm  overreached  itself.  The  instru- 
ments developed  proved  to  be  neither  as  valid  nor  as  reliable  as 
they  at  first  were  thought  to  be.  Second,  and  this  seems  to  be  the 
more  important  explanation,  there  came  to  be  a  realization  that 
there  are  extremely  worthwhile  outcomes  of  education  which  to 
date  have  not  yielded  to  objective  measurement.  Among  these  "in- 
tangibles"  are  attitudes,  interests,  and  appreciations.  The  ques- 
tion may  be  raised  whether  the  conviction  that  these  outcomes 
cannot  at  present  be  measured  objectively  may  not  lead  to  a 
neglect  of  instruments  and  techniques  in  areas  in  which  they 
have  proved  to  be  appropriate  and  useful. 

During  the  late  1920's  and  the  early  1930's  there  was  a  great 
deal  of  discussion  of  and  considerable  effort  to  "professionalize" 
the  academic  subjects  of  the  curriculum  at  Bloomsburg.  In  the 
"professionalizing"  of  subject  matter  the  treatment  of  each  topic 
includes  considerations  such  as  the  educational  value  of  the  topic, 
the  mental  processes  of  children  learning  it,  the  best  methods  of 
teaching  it,  and  appropriate  techniques  for  determining  the 
degree  of  its  mastery.  In  brief,  the  professional  treatment  of 
subject  matter  calls  for  an  integration  of  its  logical  and  psycho- 
logical development  in  every  part  of  the  same  course.  The  syn- 
thesis never  seemed  to  be  complete.  The  double  purpose  of 
teaching  college  students  the  academic  content  of  a  subject  and 
at  the  same  time  teaching  them  how  elementary  and  secondary 
pupils  learn  that  content  probably  proved  to  be  incompatible.  To 
pursue  them  simultaneously  was  distracting  to  both  instructor  and 

One  of  the  main  features  of  the  so-called  "enriched  program" 
set  up  in  1937  was  to  make  the  first  two  years  a  period  of  general 
education  and  to  concentrate  the  technical  and  professional  work 
into  the  third  and  fourth  years.  In  this  revision  of  the  curricula 
the  abandonment  of  the  theory  of  the  "professionalization"  of 
subject  matter  became  quite  complete. 

A  study  of  the  graduation  requirements  of  the  institution 
down  through  the  years  discloses  interesting  trends  with  reference 
to  the  differentiation  of  the  professional  content  of  the  several 
curricula.  Prior  to  1920  the  Normal  School  trained  only  elemen- 
tary school  teachers  and  apparently  no  attempt  was  made  to 
divide  grades  one  to  eight  into  groups  as  a  basis  for  differentiation 
of  the  professional  portion  of  the  course  of  study. 

Even  though  the  elementary  curriculum  has  been  lengthened 
and  curricula  on  the  secondary  level  have  been  added,  a  core  of 
professional  constants  for  all  curricula  has  been  maintained.  This 
core  usually  was  made  up  of  courses  in  Introduction  to  Teaching 
or  Place  and  Purpose  of  Education  in  the  Social  Order,  and  the 
first  and  second  courses  in  Psychology. 

The  newer  curricula,  however,  always  included  professional 
subjects  peculiar  to  those  curricula.  When  the  secondary  curricu- 
lum  was  extended   to  the  senior  high   school,   new   professional 


courses  dealing  with  the  adolescent  pupils  were  added.  When  the 
commercial  curriculum,  with  its  specialized  subject-matter,  was 
organized,  specialized  professional  courses  were  included.  The 
special  curricula  for  teachers  of  the  mentally  retarded  and  children 
with  defective  speech  was  made  up  largely  of  specialized  and 
professional  materials. 

All  these  added  professional  specializations  are,  in  the  main, 
incidental  to  the  extension  of  the  education  of  teachers  into  new 
areas.  The  diflferentiation  and  specialization  in  the  elementar)' 
field,  however,  present  a  different  picture. 

The  reorganization  of  the  Normal  School  in  1920  marked  a 
radical  change  in  the  differentiation  in  the  curriculum  for  the 
preparation  of  teachers  in  elementary  education.  The  1920-1921 
catalog  states  that  the  curricula  which  are  offered  have  been 
"organized  on  the  principle  that  teaching  in  the  elementary  schools 
can  be  classified  into  sufficiently  definite  types  to  require  special- 
ization. Each  curriculum  prepares  for  a  specific  type  of  teaching 
position."  At  the  end  of  the  first  semester,  students  select  one  of 
the  curricula  "for  the  purpose  of  specialization  in  a  specific  field 
of  teaching." 

Similar  statements  are  found  in  the  catalogs  down  to  1938. 
Although  the  curricula  were  revised  in  that  year,  the  theory  of 
specialization  in  the  elementary  field  was  reaffirmed.  The  1938- 
1939  catalog  stated:  "If  the  elementary  curriculum  is  chosen  a 
student  must  specialize  in  the  Kindergarten-Primary,  Inter- 
mediate, Rural,  or  Special  Education  Group. '  This  statement  was 
repeated  in  the  catalogs  down  to  1943.  In  the  catalog  for  1943- 
1944  the  change  of  one  word  - —  must  to  may  —  removed  special- 

ization from  the  elementar)-  area  as  a  requirement  and  made  it 
optional  with  the  student.  There  has  been  no  change  on  this 
point  to  the  present  time. 

The  college  began  as  an  institution  training  elementary  teach- 
ers with  a  single  undifferentiated  curruculum.  Thirty  years  ago 
the  institution  organized  sharply  differentiated  curricula  in  the 
elementary  area  on  the  principle  that  teaching  in  the  elementary' 
schools  requires  specialization.  This  theory  was  maintained  for 
twenr)--three  years.  Since  then  specialized  subjects  on  the  elemen- 
tary level  are  available  to  the  student  but  the  choosing  of  them  is 

This  partial  abandonment  of  the  principles  of  specialization  can 
be  interpreted  as  a  change  in  attitude  toward  the  theory  of 
transfer  of  learning.  In  1920  the  differentiation  of  professional 
courses  for  elementary  teachers  seemed  to  derive  from  the  theory 
that  the  teacher  in  training  must  learn  many  specific  things.  The 
1950  practice  of  preparing  teachers  for  the  elementary  field 
without  reference  to  particular  grades  reflects  the  view  that  the 
professional  education  of  teachers  is  mainly  a  matter  of  learning 
principles  which  have  application  in  a  variety  of  situations. 

These  have  been  important  changes  in  the  professional  por- 
tion of  the  curricula  developed  at  Bloomsburg.  Sometimes  these 
changes  have  been  slight;  at  other  times  they  have  been  quite 
radical.  They  represent  changes  in  professional  thinking  and 
willingness  to  abandon  practices  that  have  proved  to  be  unsound. 
In  so  far  as  they  have  been  based  on  intelligent  experimentation 
they  give  teaching  a  better  claim  to  the  status  of  a  profession. 


S.  L.  Wilson 

While  the  curriculum  in  English  over  the  past  thirty  years  has 
remained  fundamentally  the  same,  there  has  been  change  by 
way  of  a  shift  of  emphasis  away  from  a  highly  professional  ap- 
proach and  by  way  of  enrichment  in  the  number  of  elective 
courses  offered.  Thirty  years  ago  we  prepared  teachers  primarily 
for  the  elementary  and  the  junior  high  school  grades. 

At  that  time  there  was  a  junior  high  school  on  the  campus  with 
training  school  teachers  in  charge  of  each  subject  in  the  seventh, 
eighth  and  ninth  grades,  and  with  college  teachers  supervising  the 
work  in  their  fields.  We  then  required  all  prospective  teachers  of 
English  to  take  three  semesters  of  the  teaching  of  English,  —  one 
for  the  teaching  of  English  in  grade  seven,  one  for  grade  eight  and 
one  for  grade  nine.  Later  this  was  reduced  to  two  semesters,  one 
for  the  teaching  of  literature  in  the  three  grades  and  one  for  the 
teaching  of  composition.  Still  later  this  was  made  a  one  semester 
course  required  of  all,  as  it  still  is  in  the  elementary  curriculum. 
Finally  the  course  was  discontinued.  There  has  since  been  offered 
from  time  to  time,  largely  to  teachers-in-service  and  during  sum- 
mer sessions,  a  course  in  the  teaching  of  English  in  the  secondary 

Throughout  these  years  all  students  have  been  required  to  take 
two  semesters  of  composition,  one  of  oral  English  and  one  each 
of  English  and  American  literature.  Students  in  the  Business  Edu- 
cation Curriculum  also  have  one  semester  of  business  correspon- 
dence. In  addition  to  these  courses  all  English  majors  and  minors 
must  take  courses  in  English  philology  and  advanced  composition, 
plus  a  number  of  elective  courses,  open  not  only  to  them  but  to 
all  students  who  wish  to  broaden  their  cultural  background. 
Among  such  courses  are  Shakespeare,  World  Literature,  Modern 
Novel,  Short  Story,  Contemporary  Poetry,  The  Victorian  Period, 
The  Romantic  Period,  Biography  and  Autobiography,  Children's 
Literature  and  Journalism. 

The  guiding  principle  in  the  selection  and  arrangement  of 
courses  has  been  that  prospective  teachers  of  reading  and  litera- 
ture, of  writing,  speaking,  and  listening  must  have  adequate  train- 
ing in  each.  In  literature  we  feel  that  a  teacher  should  have  a 
knowledge  of  English,  American  and  World  literature  and  of  the 
various  literary  rj'pes.  An  elementary  teacher  certainly  should  be  at 

home  in  the  field  of  books  for  children,  and  a  secondary  teacher  in 
the  field  of  books  for  adolescents.  Only  with  such  familiarity  will 
he  be  able  to  cope  with  the  problem  of  selecting  materials  suit- 
able for  the  stage  of  maturity  and  individual  needs  of  his  pupils 
at  these  various  levels  of  instruction.  Even  more  important  today, 
we  feel,  is  the  ability  to  take  authors  and  selections  out  of  their 
old,  scholarly  categories  and  adapt  them  to  purposes  of  instruction 
in  preparing  pupils  for  better  living  and  a  better  understanding 
of  the  world  in  which  they  are  living. 

We  feel  that  teachers  of  the  language  arts  should  understand 
the  control  of  the  voice  and  how  to  use  their  own  voices  effec- 
tively in  presenting  material  to  the  class.  The  ability  to  spell 
correctly,  to  punctuate  properly,  to  capitalize  and  to  use  acceptable 
English  would  seem  as  important  today  as  ever.  In  fact,  the  cur- 
rent emphasis  on  the  communication  of  ideas  should  give  these 
skills  added  usefulness.  The  emphasis  here  is,  more  than  ever,  to 
avoid  setting  these  things  aside  as  ends  in  themselves,  and  to  look 
on  them  more  and  more  as  aids  to  effective  expression.  The 
approach  should  be  to  determine  the  weaknesses  and  needs  of 
any  given  group  and  then  select  and  present  material  accordingly. 

In  writing,  prospective  teachers  should  learn  the  principles  and 
practice  of  selecting  and  organizing  ideas  for  presentation  to 
others.  They  should  be  able  to  evaluate  writing  and  should  hold 
themselves  and  later  their  pupils  to  generally  accepted  standards 
of  usage.  The  more  experience  in  creative  writing  the  teacher 
himself  can  have,  the  better  will  he  be  able  to  guide  young  people 
in  their  attempts  at  self-expression. 

It  is  the  better  to  strengthen  these  new  concepts  that  we  are 
now  moving  toward  a  more  integrated  program,  especially  in  the 
communication  arts  linking  more  closely  written  and  sfX)ken 
English,  and  in  general  culture,  linking  world  literature  with  the 
histor)'  of  civilization  and  with  appreciation  of  art  and  apprecia- 
tion of  music.  This  step  is  being  taken  to  make  our  program  fit 
in  more  closely  with  the  new  curriculums  for  the  elementary'  and 
secondary  scho<5ls  of  the  state.  Our  chief  purpose,  after  all,  is  to 
prepare  our  students  for  the  teaching  situation  in  which  they 
will  find  themselves. 



Howard  F.  Fenstemaker 

Foreign  languages,  both  ancient  and  modern,  have  been  a  part 
of  the  curriculum  at  Bloomsburg  almost  continuously  since  the 
beginning  of  the  institution.  The  catalogue  of  1873-74  shows  that 
Latin,  Greek,  German,  and  French  were  offered.  The  courses  that 
were  given  followed  the  pattern  of  those  included  in  the  curricula 
of  the  Academies  that  flourished  during  the  nineteenth  century. 

With  the  turn  of  the  century,  Greek  and  French  were  grad- 
ually eliminated,  but  Latin  continued  as  a  required  subject  for  all 
students,  and  included  one  year  of  elementary  work,  followed  by 
the  traditional  Caesar,  Cicero,  and  Vergil.  German  remained  in 
the  curriculum  until  the  twenties,  when  it  was  replaced  by  French. 

Among  the  outstanding  names  associated  with  the  teaching 
of  foreign  languages  at  Bloomsburg  were  H.  A.  Curran,  J.  H. 
Dennis,  Virginia  Dickerson,  G.  Edward  Elwell,  and  Marian  Fris- 
bie.  G.  E.  Wilbur,  remembered  as  Professor  of  Mathematics,  also 
taught  for  a  time  in  the  Languages  Department.  H.  G.  Teel,  who 
later  became  District  Attorney  of  Columbia  County,  taught  Latin 
and  Greek  at  Bloomsburg  for  several  years  before  taking  up  the 
study  of  Law. 

When  the  course  of  study  was  revised  in  the  twenties,  foreign 
languages  ceased  to  be  required  subjects,  but  French  and  Spanish 
were  offered  as  electives. 

In  1926,  Latin  and  French,  with  courses  on  the  college  level, 
were  offered  as  elective  fields,  leading  to  certification,  to  those 
who  were  preparing  to  teach  in  the  Junior  High  School.  Shortly 
afterward,  the  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School  became  the 
Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College,  and  the  courses  were  ex- 
panded to  meet  the  additional  requirements.  To  meet  the  state 
standards  for  certification,  eighteen  semester  hours  of  work  were 
offered  in  each  field. 

As  a  prerequisite,  the  courses  in  Latin  required  three  years  of 
work  on  the  secondary  level.  The  following  courses  were  offered; 
Ovid's  Metamorphoses,  Cicero's  Essays,  the  Odes  and  Epodes  of 
Horace,  selections  from  Livy,  selected  comedies  of  Terence  and 
Plautus,  and  a  survey  course  in  Roman  Literature  and  Civilization. 

Latin  continued  to  be  offered  until  1943,  when,  because  of 
decreased  demand,  it  was  dropped.  It  was  offered  again  at  the  close 
of  World  War  11,  but  the  enrollment  did  not  justify  its  contin- 

The  courses  in  French  include  the  following:  Elementary 
French,  Intermediate  French,  Seventeenth  Century  French  Drama, 
Eighteenth  Century  French  Literature,  Literature  of  the  Romantic 
Period,  Realism  in  French  Literature,  and  French  Lyric  Poetry. 
Other  courses  included  in  the  catalog  are  taught  from  time  to 
time,  chiefly  during  the  Summer  Session. 

In  the  college  year  1941-42,  Spanish  was  added  as  an  elective 
field.  Courses  included  in  the  catalog  are  the  following:  Elemen- 
tary Spanish,  Intermediate  Spanish,  Survey  Course  in  Spanish 
Literature,  Survey  Course  in  Spanish-American  Literature,  and 
Advanced  Composition  and  Conversation. 

Courses  in  French  and  Spanish  are  taught  in  such  a  manner  as 
to  maintain  a  balanced  and  progressive  advancement  in  the  four 
basic  skills  involved  in  the  learning  of  a  foreign  language.  These 
are  (  1 )  the  ability  to  understand  the  language  when  spoken:  (2) 
the  ability  to  speak  the  language;  (  3  )  the  ability  to  read  the 
language,  and    ( 4 )    the  ability  to  write  the  language. 

Students  selecting  either  or  both  of  these  fields  are  given  ade- 
quate opportunity,  through  student  teaching,  to  be  trained  in  the 
proper  methods  of  teaching  the  subjects  of  their  choice. 


H.  Harrison  Russell 

Prior  to  1926,  the  two-year  preparation  for  elementary  teach- 
ing included  only  one  course  in  geography;  viz.,  The  Teaching  of 
Geography.  In  the  preparation  for  teaching  in  the  junior  high 
school  two  courses  were  scheduled  in  the  three-year  curriculum. 
Economic  Geography  of  the  United  States  was  required  and 
World  Problems  in  Geography  was  an  elective,  to  be  taken  by 
those  expecting  to  be  certified  for  geography  teaching. 

In  the  first  year  after  the  change  from  Normal  School  to  Teach- 
ers College,  the  geography  work  was  organized  as  a  field  in  pre- 
paration for  teaching  in  the  secondary  school.  For  this  first  year, 
six  courses  were  offered,  amounting  to  eighteen  hours  of  credit 
at  the  end  of  three  years.  The  eighteen  semester-hour  credits  en- 
titled the  student  to  be  certified  to  teach  geography  in  the  secon- 
dary school,  but  he  was  not  entitled  to  rank  as  high  as  the  four- 
year  student  with  twenty-four  semester  hours. 

Realizing  that  an  elementary  teacher  cannot  use  geography 
as  a  medium  in  education,  without  an  understanding  and  com- 
prehension of  geography,  the  administration,  in  1927,  added 
Physiography  and  Principles  of  Human  Geography  to  the  four- 
year  elementary  curriculum. 

In  the  early  1930's,  the  course  in  Teaching  of  Geography  was 

deleted  and  so-called  professionalized  subject-matter  courses  added 
to  the  elementary  curriculum.  In  1932,  Principles  of  Human  Ge- 
ography and  a  choice  of  Geography  of  the  New  World  ( Western 
Hemisphere )  or  Geography  of  the  Old  World  ( Eastern  Hemis- 
phere) constituted  the  geography  in  the  elementary  curriculum. 

In  the  late  1930's  another  change  was  made  for  the  elementa- 
ries.  The  required  courses  became  Principles  of  Human  Geography 
and  Economic  Geography. 

In  revision  of  the  curriculums  during  the  years  1948-1950, 
recognition  has  been  given  to  the  need  for  geographic  knowledge 
for  all  citizens.  All  students,  no  matter  what  the  curriculum,  take 
a  three-hour  course  in  World  Geography.  In  the  elementary  cur- 
riculum, a  three-hour  course  in  Geography  of  United  States  and 
Pennsylvania  is  included.  Since  some  special  guidance  in  teaching 
technique  is  needed.  Teaching  of  Geography  is  included  in  a 
nine-hour  course  entitled  Social  Living  in  the  Elementary  School 
comprising  arithmetic,  science,  social  studies,  and  geogr.aphy. 

In  the  geography  field  of  the  secondary  curriculum  there  are 
fourteen  courses  listed,  from  which  one  may  select  at  least  six 
courses  for  certification  in  the  field  of  geography. 


E.  H.  Nelson 

The  school  catalogue  of  1873-1874  carried  the  information 
that  "within  the  past  year  a  department  of  physical  culture  has 
been  organized  under  the  direction  of  the  principal,  himself  a 
physician,  aided  by  an  experienced  teacher  of  gymnastics."  Ten 
years  later  a  member  of  the  faculty  taught  "physical  culture  and 
elocution,"  a  combination  that  was  in  vogue  for  over  a  quarter 
of  a  century  in  many  schools. 

The  first  thoroughly  organized  program  of  Health  and  Physical 
Education  at  the  State  Normal  School  took  form  when  A.  K.  Al- 
dinger  came  to  Bloomsburg  as  director  of  the  new  gj-mnasium, 
which  was  opened  for  use  January  15,  1894.  On  February  22  of 
that  year  appropriate  dedicatory  exercises  were  held,  in  connection 
with  a  program  to  celebrate  the  25th  anniversary  of  the  founding 
of  the  school.  At  that  time  the  gymnasium  was  described  as  "no 


better  anywhere,  and  few  so  good."  For  nearly  50  years  it  served 
its  purpose  well,  giving  way  eventually  to  the  present  Centennial 
Gymnasium.  It  still  serves  as  a  fine  recreation  center  for  the  stu- 
dent body. 

The  early  days  were  characterized  by  exercises  of  a  formal 
nature  and  much  apparatus  work,  in  keeping  with  the  times. 
Gymnasium  exhibitions  were  a  "must,"  and  each  year  saw  a  fine 
demonstration  of  the  skills  gained  in  the  physical  education 
courses.  Much  interest  was  evidenced  in  this  new  field  of  instruc- 
tion by  the  town  people,  and  standing  room  was  at  a  premium  on 
exhibition  night. 

When  Dr.  Thomas  E.  Finnegan  came  to  Pennsylvania  as  Super- 
intendent of  Public  Instruction,  considerable  change  was  brought 
about  in  the  requirements  in  this  field.  Health  instruction  was  re- 
quired as  well  as  a  broadened  activities  program.  Prospective 
teachers  were  given  courses  in  Personal  Hygiene  and  School  Hy- 
giene. Training  in  game  skills  appropriate  for  the  grades  they 

were  preparing  to  teach  assumed  more  importance.  Health  from 
the  child  level  was  given  attention  as  well  as  the  personal  needs 
of  the  individual  student.  During  this  transitional  period  it  be- 
came necessary  for  the  College  to  go  into  the  field  with  exten- 
sion courses  in  order  that  teachers  in  service  might  qualify  under 
the  new  requirements. 

E.  H.  Nelson  came  to  the  school  in  1924  as  Director  of  Health 
Education  and  remained  in  that  capacity  until  1943  when  he  was 
appointed  State  Director  of  Health  and  Physical  Education  in 
the  Department  of  Public  Instruction  for  Pennsylvania. 

Bioomsburg  now  provides  the  best  in  the  way  of  health  and 
recreational  facilities  for  its  student  body.  A  registered,  graduate 
nurse  is  a  full-time  member  of  the  Staff.  As  well  as  keeping  a 
constant  check  on  student  health,  she  gives  courses  in  Health  and 
Hygiene.  Ample  play  areas,  playground  equipment,  the  best  in 
gymnasium  and  pool  facilities  make  for  a  background  of  physical 
assets  designed  to  give  every  advantage  to  prospective  teachers. 


Ethel  A.  Ranson 

Mathematics,  the  subject  which  like  poetry  "says  the  most  in 
the  fewest  words"  changes  little  with  the  years,  but  its  applica- 
tions may  change  greatly. 

As  long  as  this  was  a  Normal  School,  training  only  elementary- 
teachers,  we  taught  only  courses  in  arithmetic  subject  matter  or 
courses  in  teaching  or  supervising  of  arithmetic. 

Then  came  the  time  (  1922  )  when  a  junior  high  school  was 
established  on  this  campus  with  two  sections  of  seventh  grade, 
two  of  eighth  grade  and  one  of  ninth  grade.  It  was  located  in 
Carver  Hall  with  rooms  then  known  as  A,  B,  C,  D,  and  E  as 
"home-rooms."  There  was  an  Industrial  Arts  Department  in  the 
basement  of  Noetling  Hall  and  Domestic  Science  in  Science  Hall. 
The  students  also  took  music  and  art  instruction  in  Science  Hall. 
This  accompanied  the  introduction  of  the  three  year  course.  True 
to  the  junior  high  school  spirit,  the  mathematics  taught  was  always 
in  cooperation  with  any  project  undertaken  in  other  subject  matter 
fields,  particularly  industrial  arts.  Domestic  Science  and  Social 
Studies.  There  were  as  many  as  six  student-teachers  in  one  class. 
The  student  teachers  took  turns  in  handling  the  class,  but  all 

helped  with  the  planning  of  the  work  and  with  supervised  study 
and  individual  instruction.  This  led  to  courses  in  algebra  and 
trigonometry  being  given  in  the  college.  After  six  years  of  suc- 
cessful operation,  the  new  Junior-Senior  High  School  in  Blooms- 
burg  was  ready  for  use  and  it  took  over  the  pupils  from  our 
campus  Junior  High  School. 

The  Normal  School  then  became  a  Teachers  College,  the  three- 
year  course  changed  into  a  four-year  course,  and  the  training  was 
extended  into  senior  high  school  work.  Hence,  college  courses  in 
analytic  geometry,  calculus.  History  of  Mathematics,  Teaching  of 
Mathematics  in  Secondary  Schools,  and  Statistics  were  added  to  the 

With  World  War  II  and  the  arrival  of  Navy  Flight  Instruction, 
V-5's  and  V-12s  on  our  campus,  much  emphasis  was  placed  on 
mathematics.  It  was  necessary  to  teach  navigation  and  spherical 
trigonometry  as  well  as  the  regular  mathematics  subjects  to  ever\'- 
one  in  the  war  training  program.  Those  were  difficult  but  interest- 
ing days  for  both  students  and  instructors  of  mathematics. 


Harriet  M.  Moore 

Many  generations  of  students  at  this  institution  have  found  an 
interesting  variety  of  music  activities  available.  The  Department 
of  Music  met  the  music  needs  in  the  early  days,  and  has  continued 
to  serve  the  school  and  community.  Music  courses  for  prospective 
school  teachers,  music  offerings  for  children  in  the  Model  School, 
and  many  other  music  activities  have  long  been  a  part  of  our 
College  history. 

The  Music  Department,  or  private  school  of  music  connected 
with  the  College,  offered  lessons  in  piano  and  organ  as  early  as 
1873.  Gradually  instruction  in  theory,  harmony,  composition, 
voice,  mandolin,  guitar,  clarinet,  and  violin  was  added.  From 
1916  to  1921  a  course  preparing  students  to  supervise  music  in 
the  public  schools  was  conducted.  Today  the  music  Department 
offers  instruction  in  piano,  voice,  theory,  harmony,  and  compo- 

Vocal  music  has  been  in  the  curriculum  of  this  institution  since 
1873.  In  1884  it  was  a  required  course  for  one-third  of  a  year  in 
the  teacher-preparation  curriculum.  More  extensive  courses  were 
gradually  introduced,  and  in  1921  observation  and  practice  teach- 
ing of  vocal  music  and  music  appreciation  were  added  as  require- 
ments. Today  all  students  majoring  in  Elementary  Education  have 
four  semester-hours  of  Music  for  the  Elementary  Grades,  and  a 

two-hour  course  in  Music  Appreciation.  They  observe  demonstra- 
tion lessons  in  Music  in  the  Training  School,  and  they  have  the 
opportunity  to  teach  Music  for  several  weeks  during  their  Practice 
Teaching.  Students  following  the  Secondarj*  Education  curriculum 
have  a  two-semester  hour  course  in  Music  Appreciation. 

In  the  Model  School,  Vocal  Music  was  a  required  subject  once  a 
week  as  early  as  1873.  Music  Appreciation  was  introduced  there 
in  1916.  Music  has  continued  to  play  an  increasingly  important 
part  in  the  experience  of  the  children  as  the  activity  program  in 
the  Training  School  has  expanded.  Today  the  music  in  the  Train- 
ing School  is  closely  associated  with  the  current  unit  of  study  in 
the  classroom. 

Music  group  activities  have  made  a  rich  contribution  to  our 
college  life.  There  were  the  Glee  Club  and  Orchestra  in  1894. 
Since  then  additional  activities  have  included  Chorus,  Women's 
Chorus.  A  Capella  Choir.  Women's  Trio.  Men's  Quartet  and 
Double  Quartet.  Duo-piano  Team.  Band,  Dance  Band.  Athenaeum 
Club  and  Assembly  Chorus.  In  1922  a  Music  Artists  Course  of 
evening  entertainments  was  launched  by  the  college  and  has  con- 
tinued to  the  present  day.  For  the  past  three  years  the  college  has 
also  collaborated  with  the  local  community  in  bringing  a  series  of 
superior  concerts  to  Bioomsburg. 



K.    C.    KUSTER 

The  story  of  teaching  science  at  Bloomsburg  closely  parallels  the 
life  work  of  two  men  —  Professor  J.  G.  Cope,  M.E..  and  Professor 
D.  S.  Hartline,  A.B.  Professor  Cope  came  to  Bloomsburg  Normal 
about  1885  and  taught  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chemistry  in  vari- 
ous rooms  of  Noetling  Hall.  His  mental  storehouse  supplied  facts 
and  genius  to  supplement  the  meager  scientific  equipment  of  his 
laboratory.  A  lesson  on  sound  included  a  personal  exhibition  of 
playing  two  Jews  Harps  simultaneously  in  the  midst  of  a  handle- 
bar mustache  and  sending  Morse  Code  signals  across  the  room  by 

Professor  D.  S.  Hartline  joined  the  staff  as  a  teacher  of  Manual 
Training.  Following  a  leave  of  absence  he  returned  to  teach  Nature 
Srudy  and  Hygiene  to  students  in  the  academic  field  and  Anatomy, 
Physiology,  Histology,  and  Bacteriology  to  pre-medical  students  in 
the  College  Preparatory  course.  Professor  Hartline's  motto  was 
taken  from  Agassiz,  "Study  Nature,  Not  Books."  Very  often  he  did 
not  use  a  text  book.  He  taught  by  lecture,  class  demonstration, 
field  trips  and  library  assignments.  The  complete  out-of-doors  was 
his  laboratory.  Nature  Study  included  'nebular  hypothesis'  and 
'where  does  life  go  when  it  leaves  the  cat?' 

The  dynamic  personalities  of  these  men  and  the  general  trend 

of  the  times  were  responsible  for  a  great  demand  for  competent 
teachers  trained  in  the  elements  of  Science.  The  crowded  quarters 
in  Noetling  Hall  were  not  adequate.  Plans  for  a  special  building 
were  drawn  according  to  the  ideas  and  vision 'of  Professors  Cope 
and  Hartline.  When  Science  Hall  was  completed  the  facilities  for 
Biological  Science  exceeded  those  for  Physical  Science.  Miss  Mary 
Good  was  added  to  the  permanent  staff  to  teach  Chemistry  while 
three  teaching  assistants  were  employed  as  assistants  in  Biological 
Science.  In  this  way  Biology  became  a  department  with  Professor 
Hartline  as  its  head.  Geology,  Astronomy,  Agriculture,  Entomol- 
ogy, Botany,  etc.,  were  added  to  the  curriculum.  More  rooms  and 
equipment  were  needed.  Students  were  required  to  pay  laboratory 
fees  which  were  administered  by  directors  of  the  departments. 
Equipment,  supplies,  and  special  books  were  obtained  with  these 
fees.  Some  of  the  basic  equipment  purchased  with  these  fees  is 
still  in  daily  use. 

With  the  passing  years  Bloomsburg  has  become  a  college  for 
the  training  of  teachers  only,  and  in  Science  emphasis  has  shifted 
from  subject  matter  and  methods  to  methods  primarily.  In  recent 
years  the  Science  equipment  has  been  replaced  and  greatly  supple- 
mented, especially  in  Physical  Science. 


E.  A.  Reams 

Perh.ips  no  part  of  the  course  of  study  since  the  establishment 
of  the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute  and  its  conversion  to  a  State 
Normal  School  and  finally  to  the  Teachers  College  has  undergone 
such  a  change  as  that  which  is  today  designated  as  the  Social 
Studies.  In  fact,  it  might  be  said  that  in  the  early  history  of  this 
institution  no  such  course  of  study  existed. 

Social  Studies  seem  to  be  about  the  last  field  set  up,  although 
now  found  in  every  curriculum  whether  it  be  elementary,  second- 
ary, or  college.  Even  after  some  subjects  of  the  Social  Studies  were 
introduced,  they  were  in  reality  adjuncts  of  other  subjects.  For 
example,  a  certain  amount  of  Latin  and  Greek  History  was  taught 
as  a  background  of  the  teaching  of  Latin  and  Greek  languages. 

History  and  Government  were  not  taught  by  pedagogues 
trained  as  such,  but  "farmed  out"  to  teachers  in  other  departments. 
Not  until  1891  when  W.  H.  Detwiler,  A.B.,  was  listed  as  a  teacher 
of  History  and  Political  Economy  were  the  social  studies  taught 
by  one  specializing  in  this  field. 

Up  until  1880  the  subjects  taught  were  confined  to  the  History 
of  the  United  States  and  the  Constitution  and  to  General  History. 
In  view  of  the  text  book  used,  these  would  seem  to  be  about  the 

equivalent  of  our  present  High  School  courses  in  these  subjects. 

In  the  catalog  of  1880-81  and  in  subsequent  catalogs  for  a 
couple  of  decades  there  appears  the  following  explanation  of 
method:  "History  is  taught  topically — the  old  catechetical  method 
is  avoided  and  the  student  required  to  give  a  connected  view  of 
the  subject  in  his  own  language. " 

In  1891-92.  under  Professor  Detwiler,  the  courses  in  the  Social 
Studies  broadened  somewhat,  but  it  is  not  until  1910  that  courses 
widened  sufficiently  to  include  separate  courses  in  Ancient,  Medi- 
aeval, Modern,  and  English  History  as  well  as  United  States  His- 
tory and  Civics.  The  first  methods  course  in  History  and  Geog- 
raphy is  listed  in  191.vl4.  The  first  use  of  the  term  Social  Studies 
is  in  1921-22  when  the  catalog  lists  William  Brill  as  the  teacher 
of  Social  Studies.  Up  to  this  time  the  catalogs  never  indicated  there 
was  more  than  one  teacher  of  these  Subjects.  In  the  four  curricu- 
lums  in  the  catalog  for  1921-22,  economics  and  sociology  were 
included  for  the  first  time. 

The  courses  for  the  Social  Studies  now  in  use  were  adopted  in 
1932  and  with  additions  since  made,  provide  a  much  broader  list 
of  subjects  especially  in  the  elective  fields. 


Alice  Johnston 

In  the  present  Speech  program  at  Bloomsburg,  a  three-hour 
course  in  Speech  Fundamentals  is  required  of  all  Freshmen.  The 
ancestor  of  this  course,  according  to  college  catalogues,  seems  to 
have  been  a  two-hour  course  in  "Reading  and  Public  Speaking," 
inaugurated  in  1916.  Later,  in  1922,  the  catalogue  title  is  "Oral 
Expression,"  two  hours.  This  was  changed  in  1930  to  its  present 
title,  with  three  hours  credit. 

Speech  Correction  at  Bloomsburg  had  its  beginnings  in  1932, 
when  a  two-hour  course  called  "Speech  Problems"  was  first  offered 
in  all  the  Pennsylvania  State  Teachers  Colleges.  Shortly  afterwards 
a  little  work  in  Speech  Correction  was  begun  in  our  own  Training 
School.  In  1938  additional  courses  in  Speech  Correction  were 
offered  in  connection  with  the  Special  Education  Department  of 
the  college,  and  the  Speech  Clinic  was  established.  In  1943  the 
State  Department  granted  our  college  the  privilege  of  offering 
courses  leading  to  state  certification  in  the  field  of  Speech  Correc- 

tion. Now  students  in  the  secondary  field  may  elect  Speech  Cor- 
rection as  their  area  of  concentration,  and  students  pursuing  the 
elementary  curriculum  may  also  specialize  in  Speech  Correction. 

The  course  requirements  are  the  usual  undergraduate  ones  in 
this  field.  The  last  of  these  courses  is  the  two  semester  course  in 
Clinical  Practice.  This  is  carried  on  in  the  College  Clinic.  The 
Clinic  is  organized  in  three  divisions:  Clinic  in  our  Training 
School;  Clinic  for  college  students  with  marked  difficulties  in 
speech;  Saturday  morning  Clinic  for  children  from  towns  in  our 
service  area,  who  are  referred  by  teachers,  school  nurses,  and 
physicians.  This  provides  a  study  of  all  types  of  speech  difficulties. 
There  are  at  present  55  speech  cases  enrolled  in  the  Clinic.  The 
student  clinician,  working  under  direct  supervision  of  the  college 
instructor,  has  practice  in  administering  speech  tests,  observing 
diagnostic  procedure,  taking  case  histories,  and  working  out  de- 
tailed plans  for  both  group  and  individual  therapy.  Aside  from  this 


clinical  practice,  some  limited  opportunit}'  in  practice  teaching  in 
speech  correction  classes  in  a  public  school  is  provided. 

The  equipment  for  the  clinic  is  housed  in  three  offices.  This 
includes  wire  and  disc  recorders,  and  pure  tone  and  group  audi- 
ometers. The  speech  majors  must  become  proficient  in  the  use  of 
these  speech  recorders,  helping  the  speech  cases  to  recognize  errors 
and  note  improvement.  They  must  give  tests  with  both  t)'pes  of 
audiometers  so  they  are  prepared  to  test  school  children  for  hear- 

ing losses.  Since  all  members  of  the  required  Freshman  speech 
classes  have  to  make  recordings,  there  is  opportunity  for  compara- 
tive study  of  these  by  clinicians. 

The  need  for  speech  correction  is  great  and  there  is  a  corre- 
sponding interest  in  training  for  that  need. 

A  chapter  of  the  National  Speech  Correction  Fraternity,  Sigma 
Alpha  Eta,  has  been  established  on  the  campus. 


Earl  N.  Rhodes 


The  capstone  of  the  professional  preparation  of  teachers  is 
student  teaching.  If  the  techniques  and  principles  for  the  selec- 
tion and  retention  of  students  able  to  profit  by  professional  educa- 
tion have  been  effectively  employed,  the  student  in  his  fourth 
year  should  be  qualified  for  the  final  test,  namely,  teaching. 

The  facilities  for  student  teaching  have  made  remarkable  ad- 
vancement for  the  better  smce  the  first  "Model  School"  of  1867- 
1868  to  the  present  Benjamin  Franklin  School,  a  modern  building 
in  every  respect  built  particularly  for  student  teaching  purposes 
and  the  education  of  children.  This  building  was  first  occupied  in 

During  the  early  nineteen  twenties,  student  teaching  was  largely 
done  in  the  campus  Elementary  and  Junior  High  School.  At  this 
time,  there  were  as  high  as  fourteen  student  teachers  assigned  to 
a  single  elementary  classroom,  a  most  unfortunate  condition,  not 
only  for  student  teachers  but  for  children.  A  program  of  expansion 
was  immediately  adopted  resulting  in  the  use  of  elementary  class- 
rooms first  in  Bloomsburg  and  later  in  Berwick.  There  was  a  time 
in  the  early  nineteen  thirties  when  the  College  used  fourteen 
classrooms  in  Berwick,  eight  to  ten  in  Bloomsburg,  in  addition  to 
the  campus  school  and  rural  schools  of  Columbia  County. 

The  Campus  Junior  High  School  was  discontinued  in  1927. 
Since  then,  all  student  teaching  on  the  secondary  level  has  been 
done  in  public  high  schools,  at  various  times  in  Bloomsburg, 
Williamsport,  Berwick,  Danville,  Catawissa,  and  Scott  Township 
Consolidated  School  at  Espy. 

The  aim  now  is  to  assign  not  more  than  four  student  teachers 
to  a  classroom  on  the  campus,  and  a  smaller  number  to  public 
school  classrooms,  often  only  one  or  two. 

A  student  teacher  learns  to  teach  by  having  his  work  analyzed 
and  his  errors  and  successes  pointed  out.  He  may  then  practice 
his  successes  and  try  to  eliminate  his  errors.  Thus,  he  learns  to 

An  instrument  for  such  an  analysis  as  noted  above  was  devel- 
oped through  the  cooperation  of  teachers  colleges,  schools  of  edu- 
cation, and  public  school  supervisory  officers.  The  traits  of  teaching 
admitting  of  improvement  by  practice  were  checked  for  frequency, 
assembled  and  organized.  This  "Analysis  of  Student  Teaching"  is 
of  great  value  to  student  teachers  and  classroom  teachers  working 
with  young  men  and  women  learning  to  teach. 


The  immediate  responsibility  annually  of  the  Placement  Ser\'ice 
is  to  place  its  graduates  in  teaching  positions  in  the  public  schools 
of  the  state.  Scarcely  less  important  is  its  follow-up  program  as 
represented  in  three  studies  made  during  the  last  ten  years  by 
members  of  the  faculty.  These  studies  demonstate  clearly  that  the 
college  is  performing  its  primary  functions  of  placing  its  graduates 
in  teaching  positions,  77.27  per  cent.  1931  to  1940;  83.40  per 
cent,  1941-1945;  88.73  percent  1946-1948. 

Beginning  salaries  for  teachers  in  other  states  are  so  attractive 
( when  comparisons  of  costs  of  living  are  not  made )  that  the 
Class  of  1950  went  to  other  states  in  large  numbers  as:  Elementary 
56  per  cent;  Secondary  30  per  cent;  Business  40  per  cent  of  those 
placed  in  teaching  positions. 

During  the  last  twenty-five  years  the  practice  of  public  school 
superv'isory  officers  in  coming  to  Bloomsburg  for  teachers  has  had 

a  healthy  growth  from  practically  none  in  1923  or  1924  to  the 
present  time,  when  such  practice  is  most  commendable. 

A  factor  in  promoting  this  growth  was  the  development  of 
adequate  credentials  of  prospective  teachers.  These  credentials 
have  often  been  commended  by  supervisory  officers.  The  Place- 
ment Service  is,  therefore,  performing  one  of  its  important  func- 
tions, namely,  establishing  a  point  of  contact  between  the  college 
and  public  school  supervisory  officers. 

The  follow-up  studies  demonstrate  an  interest  on  the  part  of 
the  College  in  its  graduates  as  teachers-in-service,  and  offer  the 
Placement  Service  an  opportunity  to  improve  the  professional 
status  of  such  teachers  as  are  open  to  promotion. 

These  contacts  with  public  school  supervisory  officers  and 
teachers-in-ser\'ice  open  the  way  for  suggestions  for  the  improve- 
ment of  the  pre-service  professional  preparation  of  teachers. 


Thomas  P.  North 


Simimer  sessions  at  Bloomsburg  began  with  a  six  weeks  session 
in  1919.  Credit  was  given  on  the  basis  of  work  done,  rather  than 
by  the  number  of  weeks  attended.  The  catalogue  stated  "if  inten- 
sive work  is  done  in  any  one  line,  more  credit  may  be  earned  than 
would  be  possible  in  six  weeks  of  regular  work."  The  Common- 
wealth of  Pennsylvania  paid  tuition  for  all  students  pursuing  the 
regular  Normal  School  course.  Tuition  was  not  paid  for  teachers 

taking  courses  to  make  their  certificates  permanent  or  for  the  pur- 
pose of  adding  subjects  to  their  certificates. 

In  1921  the  summer  school  was  placed  on  a  nine  weeks  basis 
and  was  regarded  as  a  part  of  the  regular  year's  work  with  the 
regular  year  divided  into  two  semesters  of  eighteen  weeks  each. 

In  the  light  of  the  crisis  preceding  World  War  II,  the  Board  of 
Presidents  of  the  State  Teachers  Colleges  approved  on  January  16, 


1942,  a  summer  session  of  twelve  weeks;  three  weeks  pre-session, 
six  weeks  regular  session,  and  three  weeks  post-session.  This  con- 
stituted a  permissive  program  of  acceleration  for  students  desiring 
to  graduate  within  three  calendar  years.  At  Bloomsburg,  freshmen 
were  admitted  during  the  pre-session  and  the  regular  session.  The 
result  of  this  program  was  that  the  summer  sessions  were  largely 
for  regular  students  instead  of  for  teachers-in-service.  This  was 
especially  true  after  the  war,  with  the  entry  into  college  of  many 
veterans.  Many  of  these  veterans  were  mature  men  and  women 
with  families.  To  them,  acceleration  was  a  necessity. 

The  history  of  summer  sessions  at  Bloomsburg  shows  that  they 
were  closely  related  to  emergency  situations.  The  rise  of  the 
summer  school  came  about  with  the  appointment  of  Dr.  Thomas 
Finnegan  as  Superintendent  of  Public  Instruction  in  1919  and  his 
reorganization  of  the  Department  of  Public  Instruction  in  Penn- 
sylvania. This  reorganization  required  a  complete  new  set  of 
standards  for  beginning  teachers  and  for  certification  in  general. 

These  standards  called  for  specified  amounts  ot  preparation  within 
certain  time  limits  with  graduation  from  an  approved  four  year 
teacher  education  college  or  university  as  a  goal. 

With  the  issue  of  the  State  Standard  Limited  Certificate  for 
completion  of  a  two-year  period  of  preparation  replacing  the 
Normal  Certificate  in  19.^4,  teachers-in-service  had  to  complete 
additional  college  work  in  specified  amounts  each  three  years, 
gradually  reaching  the  requirements  for  the  B  S.  degree  in  Educa- 
tion. These  teachers  were  the  backbone  of  the  summer  sessions 
until  the  accelerated  (year  round)  programs  for  G.  I.  students 
after  World  War  II  provided  four  years  of  college  education  in 
three  calendar  years. 

The  latest  demand  for  summer  sessions  stems  from  a  shortage 
of  elementary  teachers.  This  factor,  along  with  the  threat  of 
World  War  III,  points  in  late  1950,  to  another  crisis  for  Blooms- 
burg and  the  profession  of  teaching. 


Stimulated  by  a  new  state  salary  schedule  for  teachers  and  more 
rigid  requirements  for  certification,  extension  classes  for  in-service 
teachers  were  organized  in  September,  1921.  The  classes  met  in 
late  afternoons,  in  the  evenings,  and  on  Saturdays.  Most  of  the 
classes  met  two  hours  each  week  for  fifteen  weeks.  During  the 
initial  year,  twenty-five  classes  were  organized  for  approximately 
seven  hundred  teachers.  Classes  were  held  at  Hazleton,  Freeland, 
McAdoo,  WiUiamsport,  Plains,  Edwardsville,  Hanover  Township, 
Nanticoke,  Dalmatia,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pittston,  Norwegian  Town- 
ship, Lost  Creek,  Locust  Gap.  Milton,  Duryea,  Danville  and 

The  Extension  Department  in  1921  also  provided  for  corre- 
spondence courses,  a  "follow-up"  of  graduates,  and  a  central  bureau 
for  the  distribution  of  institute  work.  A  list  of  available  speakers, 
together  with  their  subjects,  was  kept  on  file  for  the  benefit  of 
superintendents  and  others  desiring  the  services  of  the  Normal 
School.  It  can  readily  be  seen  that  service  was  a  very  important 
feature  of  the  Bloomsburg  Normal  School  schedule  in  the  early 

In  the  course  of  the  next  few  years,  extension  work  flourished. 

It  was  used  in  a  few  instances  in  lieu  of  the  required  institute.  It 
was  also  limited  to  the  holders  of  standard  certificates  or  old 
normal  school  diplomas.  Extension  courses  created  many  problems, 
especially  with  respect  to  teaching  load  and  salaries  for  the  mem- 
bers of  the  Normal  School  faculty.  Abuses  hard  to  control  crept 
into  the  program  and  led  to  the  discontinuance  of  extension  work 
during  the  late  years  of  Bloomsburg  State  Normal  School. 

Classes  for  teachers-in-service  have  been  held  on  Saturdays  for 
many  years.  These  classes  flourished  after  the  passage  of  the 
Edmunds  Act  of  1921  and  up  until  World  War  II. 

World  War  II,  with  shortage  in  automobiles,  tires,  and  gasoline, 
made  it  necessary  for  the  college  to  again  establish  extension 
classes.  So  in  1945  the  college  extended  its  services  to  meet  the 
needs  of  in-service  teachers  by  establishing  off-campus  centers. 
The  two  centers  established  in  1945  were  expanded  to  include 
centers  at  Hazleton,  Kingston,  Wilkes-Barre,  Mt.  Carmel,  Sunbury, 
and  Danville.  Many  of  the  teachers  who  began  this  program  in 
1945  and  1946  have  been  graduated  with  a  degree  of  Bachelor  of 
Science  in  Education. 


Pearl  L.  Mason  and  Catherine  L.  Zealberg 

The  present  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College  library,  with  its 
special  facilities  and  its  stream  of  students  and  faculty  pouring  in 
and  out  every  library  hour  of  the  day,  now  presents  a  decided 
contrast  to  the  school  library  of  earlier  days  which  had  its  be- 
ginnings in  the  merged  libraries  of  the  Calliepian  and  the  Philo- 
logian  Literary  Societies,  and  which  was  situated  on  the  first  floor 
of  Waller  Hall  in  a  room  adjacent  to  the  business  office,  where  for 
several  years,  the  school  bursar  served  as  librarian,  teacher  and 

Later  the  library  was  moved  to  the  room  which  is  now  the 
Alumni  Room  and  was  fitted  up  for  a  library,  and  served  the 
double  purpose  of  library  and  study  hall.  On  the  shelves  of  this 
early  library  were  the  school  library,  the  libraries  of  the  two  literary 
societies,  and  the  library  of  the  school  Y.M.C.A.  For  a  nimiber  of 
years  two  members  of  the  faculty  acted  in  the  capacity  of  librarian, 
together  with  their  regular  class  work,  until  1905-1906,  when  the 
first  trained  librarian  was  engaged. 

For  many  years  the  library  has  been  in  its  present  location  on 
the  second  floor  of  Waller  Hall.  It  has  been  equipped  with  books, 
shelves,  tables,  chairs,  a  fine  large  charging  desk  which  was  the 
gift  of  the  Class  of  1923,  and  all  the  other  things  which  were  re- 
quired and  necessary  to  make  a  good  reference  and  professional 
library  for  teachers  and  teachers-in-training.  It  has  afforded  a 
quiet,  convenient,  and  comfortable  place  for  study,  reference  and 
research  work.  A  well  qualified  librarian  has  been  on  duty  at  all 

times  to  give  every  possible  assistance  to  students  and  faculty  and 
to  improve  and  expand  the  library  and  to  broaden  its  services. 

In  order  to  provide  training  to  enable  students  to  become  intelli- 
gent users  of  the  library,  a  course  of  instruction  in  the  use  of 
library  resources  and  library  tools  has  been  taught  for  many  years 
by  the  librarian  or  a  member  of  the  library  staff  to  all  entering 

During  the  period  of  1940-1945  while  the  Navy  war  programs 
were  in  operation  on  the  college  campus,  many  new  problems 
were  presented  to  the  college  library.  Adjustments  had  to  be  made, 
and  library  space  was  quickly  converted  to  house  hundreds  of 
Navy  books  and  many  other  materials  of  instruction  which  were 
cared  for  and  circulated  from  the  library.  All  the  usual  privileges 
and  services  of  the  library  were  made  available  to  these  students 
and  were  used  extensi\'ely  by  them. 

With  the  close  of  the  war,  the  Library,  like  the  rest  of  the 
college,  turned  its  attention  to  a  post-war  expansion  program.  The 
number  of  returning  veterans  entering  college  swelled  the  student 
enrollment,  and  the  increased  demand  for  library  services  necessi- 
tated extensive  remodelling  of  the  library.  Renovation  consisted 
of  extending  the  west  wing  to  include  what  had  been  the  Noetling 
Hall  corridor.  This  provided  an  additional  2500  square  feet  of 
floor  space,  and  furnished  the  librarian  with  a  more  workable 
office.  The  enlarged  library  was  completely  repainted  and  re- 
decorated; new  fluorescent  lighting  fixtures  were  installed;  and 


stacks  were  relocated  to  break  up  tlie  space  area  into  a  reading 
room,  a  reference  wing,  and  a  section  allotted  to  children's  books, 
to  be  used  by  students  of  Benjamin  Franklin  School,  and  by 
student  teachers. 

In  the  summer  of  1949,  eight  new  sections  of  steel  shelving 
were  added  to  the  reference  section  to  care  for  bound  volumes  of 
the  magazines.  Specific  concentration  during  1949-1950  on  the 
enrichment  of  this  reference  collection  added  materially  to  its 
value.  In  the  early  part  of  1951,  the  old  wooden  shelves  in  the 
children's  section  were  replaced  with  new  steel  shelving,  and  this 
department  was  modernized. 

The  regular  growth  of  the  book  collection  was  increased  during 
1949  by  the  assignment  of  more  than  600  books  to  the  Blooms- 
burg  State  Teachers  College  Library  from  Pennsylvania  Area 
Colleges  which  closed  following  their  period  of  usefulness  for 
war  services. 

'With  the  renovation  of  Noetling  Hall  which  was  completed 
early  in  1949,  Room  K  was  converted  into  an  Audio- Visual  Aids 
Laboratory  with  an  adjoining  office.  All  audio-visual  materials 
( films,  records,  filmstrips,  projectors,  equipment)  which  until  this 
time  had  been  housed  in  the  Library,  were  moved  to  this  office 
while  Room  K  proper  became  the  official  meeting  plase  for  all 

classes  using  audio-visual  materials,  and  for  the  regularly-scheduled 
visual  education  classes.  The  receipt  of  hundreds  of  vocational 
films  and  filmstrips,  plus  more  than  $20,000  worth  of  audio-visual 
equipment  from  the  Pennsylvania  Area  Colleges,  more  than 
doubled  the  existing  audio-visual  collection  and  resulted  in  the 
employment  of  a  full-time  clerical  person,  who  was  assigned  the 
title  of  Film  Librarian.  The  administration  of  this  newly-created 
audio-visual  laboratory  has  remained  the  duty  of  the  library  staff, 
and  all  cataloging,  circulation,  and  handling  of  materials  is  super- 
vised by  the  librarian.  Plans  for  the  circulation  of  vocational  mate- 
rials in  the  Bloomsburg  service  area,  plus  the  recent  program  for 
purchasing  audio-visual  teaching  materials  begun  by  the  State 
Department  of  Education,  should  make  this  laboratory  a  rapidly- 
expanding  and  active  division. 

The  present  library  staff  consists  of  two  professional  librarians. 
Nine  hours  of  library  orientation  are  taught  to  each  entering 
student  to  enable  him  to  use  intelligently  library  materials. 

Plans  for  the  future  improvement  of  both  book  collection  and 
library  facilities  are  already  being  laid,  and  there  is  good  reason  to 
believe  that  the  library,  because  of  its  position  as  a  service  agency, 
will  continue  to  adapt  itself  as  it  has  in  the  past  to  the  ever- 
changing  needs  of  its  clientele. 


The   Washington   Excursion —  1910 


Highlights   From   College   Publications 

Marguerite  W.  Kehr 

1868-69  —  Student  life  was  under  the  direction  of  the  Principal 
and  the  preceptress  in  the  days  of  the  Bloomsburg  Institute 
and  State  Normal  School. 

"Persons  desiring  to  enter  the  schools  should  make  appli- 
cation as  early  as  convenient.  Some  member  of  the  faculty 
will  be  at  the  Depot  on  the  arrival  of  each  train  on  the  day 
the  terms  begin,  and  at  any  other  time  if  Students  will  write 
and  inform  the  Principal  as  to  what  train  they  expect  to  come 

"The  Philologian  Society  has  a  large  and  handsomely  fur- 

nished room  in  which  its  weekly  meetings  are  held;  besides 
a  good  reference  library.  This  Society  was  organized  in  1866 
in  the  Academy  building  located  at  Third  and  Jefferson 

The  Amphictyon  Society  lias  a  good  reference  library  and 
the  commencement  of  a  general  library.  (No  later  mention 
of  this  society  in  the  catalogs. ) 
1869-70  —  "Prohibitions  and  Requirements:  Respectful  deport- 
ment towards  the  members  of  the  Faculty,  each  other,  and 
citizens,  is  enjoined   upon  all  Students;   also,  neatness  and 


cleanliness  of  person  and  apparel.  Scuffling  in  the  building, 
and  unnecessary  noise  in  or  near  the  building  is  forbidden. 
Students  will  not  at  any  time  leave  the  grounds  of  the  Insti- 
tution without  permission." 
1873-74  —  ''Fatnily  Organization:  The  government  is  designed  to 
be  that  of  a  family,  the  boarding  pupils  with  the  Principal 
and  his  Assistants,  meeting  around  the  same  table,  and  con- 
forming their  manners  and  intercourse  to  the  usages  of  a 
refined  family  circle.  Thus,  with  the  advantages  of  an  educa- 
tion pursued  from  home,  are  combined  as  far  as  practicable, 
the  disciplines  and  the  social  and  moral  influences  of  a  well 
regulated  home. 

Students  are  allowed  social  recreation,  to  the  extent  re- 
garded by  us  as  compatible  with  faithful  attention  to  the 
work  which  is  the  first  object  of  school  life.  Occasional  liter- 
ary and  social  reunions  take  place,  always  with  the  consent 
and  under  the  supervision  of  the  faculty. 

Ample  ball  grounds,  and  croquet  lawns,  afford  opportuni- 
ties for  physical  development  as  well  as  pleasure.  In  pleasant 
weather,  the  students  are  encouraged  to  pass  much  of  their 
time  devoted  to  recreation  in  the  open  air. 

The  Philologian  and  Calliepiav  Societies:  These  are  two 
flourishing  Literary  Societies,  composed  of  students  and 
teachers,  and,  as  their  names  would  indicate,  are  devoted  to 
the  intellectual  improvement  of  their  members.  Each  holds 
a  weekly  meeting,  at  which,  in  addition  to  Essays,  Readings 
and  Declamations,  Debates  upon  various  questions  of  interest 
are  engaged  in.  Among  the  benefits  to  be  derived  from  mem- 
bership in  these  societies,  by  no  means  the  least,  is  the  train- 
ing received  in  the  conduct  of  business  meetings,  and  the 
knowledge  of  Parliametary  rules  acquired."  Each  society  gave 
public  programs  and  plays,  published  a  weekly  paper,  and  had 
an  annual  reunion.  Calliepian  was  founded  in  1874. 

"Hoiuehold  Department  Regulations:  The  young  ladies  and 
gentlemen  are  not  allowed  to  pause  or  loiter  for  conversation 
with  each  other  in  the  Hall,  Society  Rooms,  Dining  Room,  or 
Parlors,  unless  in  case  of  special  permission.  Neither  are  they 
permitted  to  walk,  ride,  or  correspond  by  letter  with  each 

After  evening  Chapel  exercises,  the  students  are  to  repair 
immediately  to  their  rooms  for  study;  the  study  hour  ending 
only  with  the  ringing  of  the  first  retiring  bell  at  nine  P.M. 
During  this  time  no  visiting  of  other  rooms,  or  loud  talking 
is  allowed,  and  no  student  is  permitted  to  leave  his  floor 
without  permission  from  the  teacher  in  charge. 

Every  student  should  be  provided  with  an  umbrella,  and 
lady  students  with  overshoes.  Each  one  is  allowed  twelve 
articles  of  clothing  in  the  weekly  washing." 
1875  —  Commencement  Calendar 

June   17,  Thursday  —  Examination  of  Senior  Class  by  State 

Examining  Committee 
June   18,  Friday  evening  —  Vocal  and  Instrumental  Concert 
June  23,  Wednesday  —  Junior  Examinations  begin 
June  24,  Thursday  —  Class  Day  and  Class  Contests 
June  25,  Friday  evening  —  Model  School  Exhibition 
June  28,  Monday  evening  —  Lecture  before  Literary  Socie- 
June  29,  Tuesday,  8  A.M.  —  Alumni  Meeting 
10  A.M.  —  Commencement 
Evening  —  Principal's  Reception 
1875-76  —  Since  April  26  "the  new  Dormitory  has  been  occupied 
by  teachers  and  students,  all  of  whom  are  delighted  with  their 
new  home.  This  building  is  erected  mainly  upon  the  site  of 
the  one  burned.  It  is  in  the  form  of  the  letter  T  ...  It  is  four 
stories  high,  and  is  built  of  brick.  It  is  heated  by  steam  and 
lighted  by  gas  throughout.  It  has  a  bountiful  supply  of  pure, 
soft,  spring  water  running  into  the  bathrooms  of  which  there 
are  two  on  each  floor." 

An  L  was  added  later  "extending  toward  the  river  from 
the  rear  of  the  T.  Extending  across  the  end  of  this  wing  and 

on  to  the  front  of  the  building  is  a  long  piazza.  This  fronts 
the  river  and  from  it  may  be  obtained  one  of  the  grandest 
views  in  eastern  Pennsylvania."  The  piazza  became  known  as 
Long  Porch." 

"The  Societies  have  each  a  new  society  Hall,  on  the  first 
floor  of  the  New  Dormitory  Building,  the  Calliepian  in  the 
North,  and  the  Philologian  in  the  South  end.  These  Halls 
have  been  recently  carpeted,  and  elegantly,  and  appropriately 
furnished,  and  each  is  provided  with  a  library,  containing  a 
select  collection  of  books,  for  the  use  of  its  members." 

1886-87  —  "Religion  and  Morals:  The  school  proceeds  upon  the 
principle  that  careful  religious  training  is  essential  to  the 
proper  development  of  ch,aracter.  The  Trustees  have  taken 
care  that  the  members  of  the  Faculty  should  be  persons  of 
religious  culture.  The  religious  teaching  is  evangelical,  but 
not  sectarian.  Family  worship  is  held  daily.  The  students, 
accompanied  by  their  teachers,  are  required  to  attend  church 
Sabbath  morning  and  evening.  A  Bible  class  is  held  in  the 
afternoon.  The  students  hold  prayer  meetings  on  Thursday 
and  Friday  evenings."  (  This  was  in  the  catalog  until  1921. ) 

1888-89  —  "The  prayer  meetings,  that  have  been  sustained  for 
years  by  the  young  men  and  young  women  separately,  devel- 
oped during  the  year  into  organizations  of  the  Young  Men's 
and  the  Young  Women's  Christian  Association. 

A  military  company  has  been  organized  and  equipped,  and 
is  drilled  by  an  officer  holding  a  cerificate  from  the  United 
States  Government.  Students  are  not  required  to  enter  the 
company  but  those  enrolled  are  held  to  the  requirements  of 
Military  discipline.  The  advantages  thus  afforded  to  the  young 
men  can  hardly  be  over-estimated." 

1889-90  —  "General  Information:  Fourteen  acres  of  campus  afford 
ample  space  for  lawns  and  athletic  ground,  and  include  a 
beautiful  oak  grove.  The  three  main  buildings  are  of  brick. 
One  is  the  dormitory',  two  are  devoted  to  school  work.  In- 
stitute Hall"  contains  an  auditorium  on  second  floor  capable 
of  seating  900  persons,  and  on  first  floor  six  recitation  rooms. 
The  handsome  two  story  Normal  Hall '  .  .  .  contains  26  school 
and  recitation  rooms,  well  ventilated  and  abundantly  supplied 
with  light,  blackboard  surface  and  the  most  approved  furni- 
ture. It  is  here  that  the  seniors  acquire  the  theory  of  and  the 
practice  in  teaching."  ( 'Now  Waller  Hall,  "Now  Carver 
Hall,  ^'Now  Noetiing  Hall. ) 

1890-91  —  "Attendance:  The  attendance  has  steadily  increased 
through  many  years.  The  graduates  may  be  found  in  positions 
of  usefulness  and  influence  not  only  throughout  Northwest- 
ern Pennsylvania,  but  also  in  many  remote  parts  of  the  great 

The  Student  Lecture  Course:  Oct.  27  —  Miss  Olaf  Krarer, 
the  little  Esquimaux  lady  who  lectured  on  "Life  in  Green- 
land"; Nov.  22  —  Hon.  R.  G.  Horr,  of  the  N.  Y.  Tribune, 
on  "The  Labor  Problem";  Jan.  16  —  Peter  von  Finklestein 
Mamreov,  a  native  of  Jerusalem,  on  "City  Life  in  Jerusalem"; 
Feb.  20  —  Hon.  Wm.  Blakie,  of  New  York  City,  on  "How 
to  Get  Strong";  March  13  —  The  Park  Sisters  Concert  Co. 
of  Boston. 

The  Athletic  Association:  An  athletic  association  composed 
of  students,  has  charge  of  all  outdoor  sports,  such  as  baseball, 
tennis,  football  and  the  like,  and  the  directors  of  the  associa- 
tion have  done  a  great  deal  to  foster  and  encourage  an  ath- 
letic spirit  in  the  school.  The  ladies  have  organized  several 
walking  clubs,  and  about  one  hundred  of  them  meet  the 
teacher  of  physical  culture  several  times  each  week  for  drill 
in  wand  and  dumbbell  exercises.  Several  clay  tennis  courts 
have  also  been  laid  out  and  graded  at  great  expense,  and 
afford  healthful  and  pleasant  exercise.  The  strength  of  the 
baseball  and  football  teams  is  well  known  in  this  section  of 
the  state. 

Visiting  and  Going  Home:  Parents  are  requested  not  to 
call  pupils  home  during  term  time,  except  in  cases  of  absolute 
necessity.  Every  recitation  missed  places  the  pupil  at  a  dis- 


iidvantage.  and  endangers  his  chances  of  graduation.  Giving 
permission  to  visit  friends  is  equally  distracting.  When  a 
visit  home  or  elsewhere  is  contemplated,  it  distracts  the  mind 
on  the  day  of  departure,  and  it  takes  the  first  day  after  re- 
turning to  get  the  mind  back  to  work.  This  causes  practically, 
the  loss  of  two  days  in  addition  to  the  time  lost  while  absent, 
and  makes  the  pupil  lose  much  of  the  benefit  for  which  he 
has  paid."  ( In  catalog  until  1921.) 
1892-93  —  "The  Gymnast  urn:  The  classes  of  '91  and  '92  have  pre- 
sented to  the  school  a  set  of  gymnastic  apparatus.  This  con- 
sists of  chest  weights,  intercostal  machine,  parallel  bars, 
vaulting  bars,  wrist  machines,  flying  rings,  quarter  circles, 
giant  strides,  boxing  gloves,  striking  bags.  etc.  It  makes  a 
valuable  addition  to  the  equipment  of  the  athletic  associa- 
tion and  adds  very  much  to  the  enjoyment  of  the  students. 

The  class  of  189.i  left,  as  its  memorial  to  the  school,  a  sum 
of  money  to  be  loaned  to  some  worthy  young  man  or  woman 
who  might  need  financial  assistance  in  his  efforts  to  complete 
the  teacher's  course. "  (  This  was  the  beginning  of  the  Alumni 
Loan  Fund. ) 
1894-95  —  'The  Students'  Rooms:  New  furniture  has  recently 
been  placed  in  the  students'  rooms,  and  spring  mattresses  have 
been  provided  for  all  the  beds.  The  walls  have  been  elegantly 
papered,  and  moulding  from  which  to  suspend  pictures  has 
been  furnished  .  .  .  Many  students  carpet  their  rooms  and 
take  great  pride  in  decorating  them  and  keeping  them  neat. 
Rooms  are  frequently  inspected  and  habits  of  neatness  and 
order  are  inculcated.  The  beds  of  gentlemen  are  made,  and 
their  rooms  are  cared  for  daily. 

A  Passenger  Eleiator  has  recently  been  put  in  the  dormi- 
tory. It  is  capable  of  lifting  25  to  30  grown  persons  at  a 
time,  and  is  under  the  constant  management  of  an  efficient 
operator.  Climbing  stairs,  which  is  always  so  difficult  for 
ladies,  is  now  a  thing  of  the  past,  and  rooms  on  the  top  floors 
are  sought  for  in  preference  to  those  below.  They  are  more 
comfortable,  quieter,  and  command  a  more  extended  view  of 
the  surrounding  country. 

The  Employees'  Dormitory:  This  beautiful  structure,  a 
three  story  brick  building  with  a  handsome  tower  at  the  west 
corner,  has  just  been  completed.  In  the  basement  is  the  new 
laundry,  which  came  not  before  it  was  needed.  The  first  and 
second  stories  are  used  by  the  help,  as  their  private  apart- 
ments. The  third  story  is  used  as  a  retreat  for  the  sick,  who 
need  the  quiet  and  care  that  can  not  be  had  in  the  dormitories 
w'here  so  many  hundred  busy  students  live.  Apartments  are 
fitted  up  for  the  nurse  in  charge,  sanitary  and  other  appliances 
are  the  most  complete  that  can  be  found  while  the  grand  view 
in  all  directions  from  the  windows  of  this  retreat  is  the  best 
of  medicine.  The  need  of  such  a  retreat  is  very  slight  indeed, 
as  the  pure  air  of  Normal  Hill  together  with  regularity  of 
life  are  tonics  which  impro\e  the  health  of  students  as  a 
rule,  but  cases  of  measles,  etc..  are  not  entirely  unknown,  and 
it  is  gratifying  to  feel  that  the  trustees  have  made  provision, 
even  for  the  unexpected,  in  the  nature  of  sickness. " 
1895-96  —  '  Hint  I  on  ExerctsiKg:  Never  push  up  any  bell  of  more 
weight  than  you  can  put  up  with  your  weakest  hand.  All  ex- 
ercise should  be  done  with  the  view  of  developing  equally 
both  sides  of  the  body.  Indiscreet  and  ignorant  use  of  the 
gymnasium  apparatus  often  results  in  more  harm  than  good. 
You  wouldn't  think  of  going  without  food  for  two  or  three 
days,  then  take  your  exercise  as  regularly  as  you  take  your 
meals.  Do  not  sit  forward  in  a  chair  and  let  your  body  fall 
back  with  only  your  shoulders  touching,  let  your  spine  touch 
the  back  of  the  chair  all  the  way  down  to  the  seat,  keeping 
your  chest  well  arched  forward. " 
1897-98  — Expenses:  Expenses  for  year.  $199.50  plus  S2.00  for 
each  of  three  terms  for  light;  Sl.OO  per  term  for  gymnasium; 
and  Sl.OO  for  Lecture  and  Entertainment  Course.  If  the  stu- 
dent signed  a  paper  declaring  his  intention  to  teach  in  the 
Common  Schools  of  the  State,  he  could  receive  from  the  State 

50  cents  per  week  toward  defraying  the  expenses  of  tuition 
and  boarding. 

1 899-00  —  B.S.N. S.  Orchestra:  of  two  girls  and  ten  men 

1900-01  —  "The  School  Periodical:  In  recognition  of  the  need  of 
a  regular  means  of  communication  between  the  school  and 
its  alumni  a  school  periodical,  the  B.S.N.S.  QUARTERLY, 
has  been  issued  for  the  past  seven  years.  The  paper  is  an 
illustrated  magazine  of  from  35  to  40  pages.  Its  editorial  staff 
includes  members  of  the  faculty  as  well  as  students.  The 
Pedagogical.  Alumni,  Athletic,  Society  and  Local  departments 
of  the  paper  present  the  work  of  the  school  in  each  number." 
(  Now  The  Alumni  Quarterly. ) 

1902-03  —  "The  Chorus:  A  chorus  is  organized  at  the  beginning 
of  each  year,  affording  a  go<xi  opportunity  for  those  desiring 
to  become  proficient  in  sight  reading,  strengthening  of  tones, 
accuracy  in  time,  phrasing  and  expression.  They  also  have  the 
opportunity  of  becoming  acquainted  with  works  of  the  best 

The  Dining  Room:  By  a  recently  adopted  plan  meals  are 
served  from  a  bill  of  fare  as  in  the  best  hotels.  As  ample  time 
is  allowed  for  the  serving  of  each  meal,  much  of  the  rush  and 
hurry  of  boarding  school  life  is  avoided  and,  provision  being 
made  on  the  bill  of  fare  for  delicate  as  well  as  vigorous  appe- 
tites, a  degree  of  comfort  hitherto  unknown  is  introduced. 
These  arrangements  enable  the  School  to  realize  more  fully  a 
long  cherished  theory  that  well  nourished  students  make  the 
best  intellectual  progress. 

Outfits:  The  cost  of  wash  bowls,  pitchers,  looking  glasses 
and  dcKirkeys  must  be  deposited  when  these  articles  are  re- 
ceived, but  this  deposit  will  be  refunded  when  they  are  re- 
turned in  good  condition. " 

1905-06 —  "Discipline:  All  students  are  expected  to  observe  such 
regulations  as  may  be  needed  from  time  to  time,  in  order  to 
secure  to  themselves  and  other  students  all  the  benefits  of 
the  institution.  Such  regulations  are  purposely  kept  as  few 
in  number  as  possible,  in  order  to  develop  a  feeling  of  re- 
sponsibility and  independence  of  character  on  the  part  of 
every  student.  Gentlemanly  and  ladylike  behavior  are  matters 
of  necessity,  and  no  student  is  allowed  to  remain  in  the  school 
who  does  not  show  by  his  devotion  to  work,  his  behavior,  and 
his  personal  habits,  that  he  is  in  earnest  in  his  efforts  to  get 
an  education.  The  use  of  tobacco  is  prohibited.  A  young  man 
cannot  educate  his  mind  while  he  is  injuring  his  brain  and 
nervous  system  by  taking  poison  in  the  form  of  nicotine. 

1907-08  —  The  North  Dormitory:  This  replaced  the  Employees" 
Dormitory  recently  burned.  "It  has  been  used  as  a  music  con- 
servatory and  chemical  laboratory  until  recently,  but  is  now 
fitted  up  as  a  dormitory  for  students.  The  unobstructed  views 
from  most  of  the  rooms  are  both  wide  and  beautiful.  (  Now- 
North  Hall. ) 

Science  Hall:  In  the  third  story  of  this  large  new  building 
are  two  large  rooms  .  .  .  devoted  to  the  uses  of  the  two 
literary  societies. 

'The  W^ashington  Excursion:  For  many  years  it  has  been 
the  custom  to  take  as  many  of  the  students  as  can  go.  on  a 
trip  to  Washington.  The  time  selected  is  the  week  before  the 
Christmas  holidays.  The  special  excursion  train  leaves 
Bloomsburg  on  Monday  morning,  reaching  Washington  in 
time  to  spend  the  afternoon  in  sight  seeing.  Tuesday.  Wednes- 
day, and  Thursday  are  spent  in  visiting  the  Capitol.  Con- 
gressional Library,  National  Museum,  White  House,  other 
government  departments.  Mount  Vernon;  return  to  Phila- 
delphia Thursday  evening;  spend  Friday  visiting  points  of 
interest  in  Philadelphia,  and  return  by  same  special  train  to 
Bloomsburg  Friday  night.  The  cost  of  the  entire  excursion 
covering  railroad  fare,  hotel  charges,  lunch  en  route,  guide 
fees,  baggage  transfers.  Mount  Vernon  trip  and  other  neces- 
sary expenses,  does  not  exceed  Sl6. " 
1910-11  — "Recreation  Rooms:  A  beautiful  room  for  the  young 
ladies  has  been  provided  at  an  expense  of  several  hundred 



February   24,    1931 

First  row  (left  to  right)  — Charles  John,  Luther  Bitler,  Ezra  Harris,  Edgar  Richards,  Arthur  Jenkins,  Chester  Zimolzak,  Lawrence  Creasy, 
Leroy  Baer,  Roy  Haring,  Ivor  Robbins,  Llewellyn  Edmunds.  Second  row  —  Nevin  Sponseller,  Alfred  Hall-Quest,  Nell  Maupin,  Clarence 
Wolever,  Karleen  Hoffman,  Martin  Sekulski,  Norma  Knoll,  Edward  T.  De  Voe,  Alice  Pennington,  Frank  Dushanko,  Jr.,  Marjorie  Orr.  Earl 
Farley,  Grace  Callender,  Ethel  A.  Ranson,  Edna  J.  Hazen,  H.  Harrison  Russell.  Third  row  —  Gerald  Hartman,  Blanch  Fahringer,  James 
Joseph  Johns,  Margaret  Swartz,  William  Weaver,  Margaretta  Bone,  Frank  Perch,  Mary  Laird,  Thomas  Henry,  Martha  Laird,  Lorna  Gillow, 
Anna  Irwin,  Laura  Shultz,  ottie  Zebrowski,  Rachel  Turner,  Mrs.  Etta  Keller.  Fourth  row  —  Myra  Sharpless,  Josephine  Holuba,  Frank  Mc- 
Hugh,  Thursabert  Schuyler,  Edward  Ferber,  Esther  Yeager,  Dorothy  Schmidt,  Bertha  Rich,  Helen  Stackhouse,  Harvey  A.  Andruss,  Emily 
Park,  Lois  DeMott,  Thomas  Welsko,  Dorothy  Kisner,  Elizabeth  Bowman,  John  J.  Fisher,  Helen  Maynard,  Marion  Meixell,  Samuel  L.  Wil- 
son, Nicholas  Polaneczky. 

dollars.  A  boys'  parlor  has  been  provided  by  the  generosity  of 
the  class  of  1909.  These  are  much  enjoyed. 

The  North  End  Addition:  A  large  addition  to  the  north 
end  of  the  dormitory  .  .  .  extends  southward  to  within  20 
feet  of  the  Model  School  building,  to  which  it  is  connected  by 
a  two  story  covered  passageway.  This  building  contains  class- 
rooms on  first  floor,  a  large  study  hall  and  library,  and  several 
classrooms  on  the  second  floor;  on  third  and  fourth  floors, 
additional  dormitories  for  young  men.  (  Now  the  librar)' wing 
of  Waller  Hall. ) 

The  Gymnusi/ini:  At  the  southwestern  extremity  of  the 
foregoing  addition,  extending  northward  is  the  gymnasium. 
It  is  iitted  with  the  best  apparatus  made,  is  complete  in  its 
equipment,  and  from  the  first  took  its  place  among  the  best 
gymnasiums  in  America.  It  has  a  running  galler\',  baths  and 
lockers  for  girls  and  boys,  and  a  parcels  check  room."  ( Now 
the  College  Lounge. ) 
1913-14  —  Expenses  for  the  year:  Boarding,  S246,  day  S66.  The 
registration  fee  of  S6  included  free  admission  to  the  Lecture 
Course  and  all  regularly  scheduled  games  of  football  and 
1914-15  _  The  first  annual  called  ONWARD  published 

Girl's  Athletic   Association   organized   and    held   basketball 
games  and  a  track  meet.  "All  girls  join  together  for 
carefree  play." 
May  Day  in  the  Grove 
1915-16  —  Annual  Second  Year  Public  Speaking  Contest.  A  set 
of  books  to  the  successful  young  lady  and  one  to  the  suc- 
cessful young  man 
The  Magee  Essay  Contest.  Money  prizes. 
The  first  OBITER  published.  {  From  the  Latin  "Obiter  Dic- 
tum" meaning  "spoken  by  the  way  ") 
Now  State  Normal  School  at  Bloomsburg. 
1916-17  —  Boys   Dormitory   Club   provided    papers,    magazines, 
music,  games  and   piano   for   their   recreation   room 
Girls  Dormitory  Club  took  care  of  their  recreation  room 
1918-19  —  War  Hero  Memorial  and  Steel  Flagpole  dedicated  in 
honor  of  those  who  died  in  World  War  I.  Flag  Day  ex- 
ercises held  at  the  Pinery. 

"Fire  drills  are  held  every  week  for  the  first  four  weeks  of 
school,  and  once  a  month  thereafter.  The  buildings  are 
cleared,  on  the  average,  in  two  minutes. " 

1919-20  —  Boys  back  from  the  service 

Girls  Dormitory  Club:   Senior  girls  gave  a  tea  for  "female 

members  of  the  faculty  and  Junior  girls  " 
Boys  Dormitory  Club:   Discussion  and  debate.  The  Marshal 
"with  his  weight  and  strong  arm  made  sure  that  none 
went  beyond  the  bounds  of  good  behavior. " 

1920-21  —  Rural  Club  organized  to  study  rural  conditions  and  for 
recreation  in  the  country. 

1921-22  — Social  Calendar 

Y.W.C.A.  and  Y.M.C.A.  Reception  Sat.,  Sept.  24 

School  Party  Sat.,  Oct.  8 

Facult}'  Reception  Thurs.,  Oct.  1 3 

Hallowe'en  Party  Sat.,  Oct.  29 

Philologian  Reunion  Sat..  Nov.  19 

School  Party  Sat.,  Dec.  10 

Afternoon  lea.  Seniors  to  Juniors  Wed  .  Jan.  1 1 

School  Party  Sat..  Jan.  2 1 

■Valentine  Party  Sat.,  Feb.  1 1 

Calliepian  Reunion  Sat.,  Feb.  18 

School  Party  Sat.,  March  18 

Afternoon  Tea,  Juniors  to  Seniors  Wed.,  April  15 

School  Party  Sat.,  April  22 

May  Day  Festival'  Wed.,  May  10 

School  Party  Sat.,  May  20 

Junior  Reception  to  Seniors 

Junior  Drama  Sat,,  June  10 

Baccalaureate  Sermon  Sun.,  June  1 1 

Class  Reunions.  Alumni  Assembly, 
Alumni  Banquet,  Ivy  Day  Exercises, 
Alumni  Baseball  Game,  Senior  Class  Day, 
Facult)-  Reception  Mon.,  June  12 

Commence.ment  Tues..  June  13 

1922-23  —  High  School  basketball  tournament.  Newport  Town- 
ship won  the  loving  cup. 
Chorus  Singing:  A  girls'  chorus,  a  boys'  chorus  and  a  chorus 
of  mixed  voices. 


"Sunday  afternoon  meeting:  During  the  fall  and  winter 
months  a  meeting  is  held  every  Sunday  afternoon  at  4 
o'clock  in  the  Normal  Auditorium.  The  members  of 
the  facult)',  students,  and  citizens  of  the  town  and  vicin- 
ir>'  meet  to  hear  a  discussion  of  current  political,  social, 
and  moral  questions  by  eminent  and  capable  speakers. 
At  some  meetings  the  Auditorium  has  been  filled  with 
an  attendance  of  a  thousand  persons.  A  select  chorus  of 
girls'  voices  usually  furnishes  music  for  the  occasion." 

1923-24  —  A  weekly  news  bulletin  published,  called  BLOOM- 

1924-25  —  A  double  quartette  (coeducational) 
1925-26  — Debating    Club,   Y.W.C.A.   Uke   Qub,   Bloomsburg 
Players.  THE  MAROON  AND  GOLD  (coUege  news- 
paper )  appeared. 
1926-27 — The   first  Freshman  Customs;    green   ribbons,   black 
WiUces-Barre  Club,  Music  Appreciation  Club,  Science  Club. 

Le  Circle  Francais,  Geography  Society,  First  Aid  Club 
Football  Hop,  Junior  and  Senior  Proms 
Interscholastic  track  meet 

On  May  13.  1927,  the  State  Council  of  Education  changed 
the  name  of  the  Normal  School  to  the  State  Teachers 
College  at  Bloomsburg 

1927-28  —  Community  Government  Association  organized 
North  Hall  Student  Government  Association 
■Waller  Hall  Student  Government  Association 
Alpha  Psi  Omega  chapter  installed 
Electric  Cirj'  (  Scranton  )  and  Nanticoke  Clubs 
Maroon  and  Gold  Dance  Orchestra 

1928-29  —  First  college  handbook 

AS  YOU  LIKE  IT  presented  by  Dramatic  Club  in  the  Grove 
Extra-curricular  program: 

Athletics:  In  addition  to  the  required  courses  in  physical 
education  men  receive  credit  for  football,  basket- 
ball, track,  tennis  and  baseball.  'Women  receive 
credit  for  field  hockey,  volleyball,  pinball,  basket- 
ball and  baseball 
Music:  Double  quartet  (men).  Girls'  Glee  Club.  Mixed 

Chorus,  Orchestra 
Publications:  Maroon  and  Gold,  Obiter 
Boy  Scout  and  Camp  Fire  Girls  leadership  training 
YMCA  and  YWCA 

1929-30  —  Frosh  Kid  Part)' 

Sophomore  Cotillion,  Junior  Prom,  Freshman  Hop,  Senior 

Day  Girls'  Association 
Girl's  B  Club 
Wrestling  Squad 

1930-31  — Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce,  composed  of  the  stu- 
dents of  the  Department  of  Commerce,  sponsored  annual 
Commercial  Contest  for  High  Schools 
Maroon  and  Gold  Band 

Kappa  Delta  Pi  and  Phi  Sigma  Pi  chapters  installed 
Alumni  Trophy  Room 
Color  Song  written 
High  School  Play  Tournament  sponsored  by  Alpha  Psi  Omega 

1931-32  —  Senior  Play  —  The  Copperhead 
Gamma  Theta  Upsilon  chapter  installed 
Debating  Club  participated  in  intercollegiate  debates 
Letter  Qub,  Philosophy  Club 

1932-33  —  Linoleum  placed  in  'Waller  and  North  Halls 
Old  Bloomsburg  song  written 
Intramural  basketball  and  volleyball  for  men 
Day  Boys'  Association 

1933-34  —  Roongo  1  (  Husky  dog  —  college  mascot) 
ABC  Club  (  A  Better  Co-ed) 

Trustee-Facult)'  Reception  and  CGA  Party 

Two  CGA  delegates  sent  to  convention  of  National  Student 
Federation  of  America,  'Washington,  DC. 

^X'aller  Hall  Christmas  Part)-  for  Crippled  Children 

CGA  delegates  sent  to  convention  of  Pennsylvania  Associa- 
tion of  College  Students 

Kiwanis-Rotary-CoUege  evening 

The  last  two-year  Senior  Class  representatives  on  Student 

Now  Day  Women's  Association  and  Day  Men's  Association 
1934-35  —  Eight  men  cheerleaders 

Pi  Omega  Pi  (for  business  education  students)  chapter  in- 

Handbook  now  edited  by  CGA 
1935-36  —  Garou  succeeded  Roongo  I  as  college  mascot 

CGA  President  sent  to  NSFA  convention  in  Boston 

NSFA  President  visited  BSTC  enroute  to  State  College  to 
speak  at  the  convention  of  the  Pennsylvania  Association 
of  College  Students,  of  which  a  BSTC  man  was  president 

CGA  Installation  ceremony 

He-She  Party  for  day  and  dormitory  girls 
1936-37  —  Roongo  II  ( college  mascot) 

Bowling  group  organized 

First  college  movie  (  Alma  Mater)  made 

Interfraternirj  Council 

A  Capella  Choir  (  co-ed ) 
1937-38  —  Student  Council  became  College  Council 

College  May  Queen 

College  radio  broadcasts  over  station  'WKOK,  Sunbury 
1938-39  —  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce  became  Business  Edu- 
cation Club 

Soccer  began 

Cooperative  Association  of  Pennsylvania  State  Teachers  Col- 
leges founded  at  a  meeting  here 

College  Council  sent  delegates  to  convention  of  Eastern  States 
Association  of  Professional  Schools  for  Teachers,  New 
York  City 

Public  Affairs  Forum 

Alumni  Centennial  Exercises 

General    State    Authorit)-    Building    Program  —  Centennial 
Gymnasium,  Heating  Plant,  Junior  High  School  ( later 
Na^7  Hall),  costing  over  5750,000. 
1939-40  —  Soccer  team  had  five  victories,  two  defeats  in  its  first 

Y.M.C.A.  and  Y.'W.C.A.  merged  into  Student  Christian  Asso- 
19-10-41  — Civilian  Pilot  Training  Program  at  local  airport  began 
(Over  100  students  including  three  girls  were  trained  as 
pilots ) 

Social  Service  Club 
1941-42  —  Extra-curricular  program  began  to  be  curtailed  because 
of  war 

In  September,  BSTC  was  one  of  five  colleges  in  the  country 
to  have  a  Naval  Flight  Instruction  School  (  A'VP ) 
(About  250  NaNy  flight  instructors  were  trained  here) 
1942-43  —  In  August  the  Na\'y  Aviation  Cadet  Program  (V-5) 
began  on  the  campus 

No  football 

College  Council  of  Defense  formed  to  take  care  of  air  raid 
drills.  First  Aid  and  Home  Nursing  classes,  and  service 
to  BSTC  students  and  alumni  in  the  armed  forces 
1943-44  —  In  July,  1943,  the  Navy  Officer  Candidate  Program 
('V-12)  came  to  BSTC.  (Only  8  other  colleges  in  the 
state  had  this  program.  BSTC  was  the  only  teachers 
college  I 

V-5  program  continued  (  About  400  trained ) 

Trimester  ( three  sixteen  week  terms  )  schedule 

Accelerated  program  (  Four  year  curriculum  in  three  calendar 
years ) 


More  than  90^^^  of  the  male  members  of  the  college  were  in 
the  services.  Girls  held  most  of  the  offices.  Girl  cheer- 
leaders were  introduced. 
Football  —  Two  V-12  teams  played  each  other  on  Homecom- 
ing Day 
Navy  reams  in  soccer,  basketball,  track  and  baseball 
Navy  coaches  for  wrestling  and  swimming 
1944.45  _  Navy  Ways:  Reveille  6:00  A.M.    Hit  the  deck" 
Taps  10:00  P.M. 
"Liberty"  and  "restrictions" 
Commando  obstacle  course  in  the  Grove 
Cleaning  up  for  inspection 
Navy  Hall  headquarters  with  bell  out- 
side and  flags  flying  across  the  road 
Drills  on  the  athletic  field 
"Trainee"  and  other  dog  mascots 
College  handbook  published  Navy  time 
Navy  cheerleaders 

Obiter  financed  in  part  by  profits  from  college  canteen  run  by 
1945-46  —  A  few  returning  veterans,  more  the  second  semester 
Football  and  soccer,  mostly  Navy  men 
V-12  unit  left  November  1  (  about  500  trained  here) 
Social  Room  and  College  Lounge  opened 
1946-47  —  Many  veterans  here  —  Dames  Club  for  Wives 
Penn  State  (  Liberal  Arts  )  freshmen,  72  women  and  men 
Extra-curriculars  begin  to  function  agairr 

Mens  Glee  Club,  Wings  Club,  College  Dance  Band 
BSTC  joined  National  Student  Association 
1947-48  —  BSTC  awarded  a  Navy  commendation  bronze  plaque 
signed  by  Secretary  Forrestal  for  our  three  Navy  training 
The  first  veterans  graduated  under  the  accelerated  program 
1948-49  —  OLYMPIAN  (  college  magazine)  founded 

Penn  State  (Libera'  Arts)  freshmen  again 
1949-50  —  The  last  Penn  State  group  here 

Most  of  the  pre-war  student  activities  now  revived 


E.  H.  Nelson  and  John  A.  Hoch 

In  the  first  Alumni  Quarterly,  printed  over  fifty  years  ago, 
appears  this  item  of  interest: 

The  latest  addition  to  the  faculty  is  Professor  A.  K.  Aldinger,  of 
Oil  Cirj-,  Penna.,  who  is  director  of  the  new  gymnasium.  The  trustees 
searched  the  country  very  carefully,  desiious  of  securing  for  this  posi- 
tion the  best  possible  available  man.  They  believe  that  in  Piofessor 
Aldinger  they   have   the   tight   man,  and   his   populatity   among   the 
students,  his  enthusiasm  in  his  work,  and  his  excellent  results,  seem 
to  bear  out  this  opinion." 
The   coming  of  Mr.   Aldinger   to   Bloomsburg   56  years   ago 
ushered  in  a  program  of  organized   athletic  endeavor  that   has 
continued  through  the  years.  He  organized  athletics  on  a  perman- 
ent basis  and  rnade  the  activities  program  a  part  of  the  over-all 
picture  in  teacher  training.  Many  years  after  he  left  Bloomsburg, 
Mr.  Aldinger  told  friends  here  that  his  deepest  satisfaction  in  his 
work  at  "Old  Normal"  was  not  so  much  the  victories  of  the  teams 
he  coached,  but  the  part  that  athletics  played  in  the  training  of 
good  teachers. 

Bloomsburg  had  a  basketball  team  as  early  as  1894.  Oddly 
enough  it  was  composed  of  nine  men  —  three  home,  three  centers, 
and  three  goals.  It  was  a  far  cry  from  the  present-day  lineup!  It 
is  interesting  to  note  that  one  game  was  played  in  Williamsport 
where  only  five  men  could  participate  on  a  side  because  of  the 
smallness  of  the  floor. 


lirM  ri>w.  left  to  right  —  Burns,  Keefer.  Butts,  WiUli  in.iscot), 
Pealer,  Johnson.  Second  row  —  Hoke,  McGutlie,  Aldinger, 
Smethers  (captain).  Fox,  Morgan,  Derr.  Third  row  —  Snyder, 
Laubach,  Detwiler  (manager),  Jones,  Bray,  Aldinger  (coach), 

In  those  early  years,  few  schools  had  athletic  teams,  and  the 
Normal  School  was  forced  to  compete  with  teams  representing 
Y.M.C.A.'s  and  various  industries  and  factories.  This  was  true  in 
almost  every  branch  of  competitive  athletics,  but  some  efforts  were 
made  to  schedule  games  with  collegiate  rivals.  The  success  of  this 
scheduling  can  be  noted  in  the  schedules  of  the  '90's  when  names 
like  Bucknell,  Lafayette,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  Gettysburg, 
and  Susquehanna  appear  frequently. 

The  football  schedule  for  1901,  for  example,  had  an  even  dozen 
games  —  three  with  neighboring  high  schools,  four  with  area 
athletic  clubs,  two  with  "town"  teams,  and  the  remaining  three 
with  Susquehanna  University,  Wyoming  Seminary,  and  Dickinson 
Seminary.  It  was  the  rivalry  with  Wyoming  Seminary  over  a 
period  of  forty  years  that  featured  athletics  on  College  Hill. 

Some  of  these  early  teams  were  rated  among  the  strongest  in 
the  state,  and  there  were  many  outstanding  players.  One  early 
squad  featured  a  player  with  a  wooden  leg  who  was  later  fea- 
tured in  Ripley's  "Believe  It  Or  Not"  column. 

During  these  pioneer  days,  the  problem  of  integrating  the  ath- 
letic program  with  the  school  curriculum  presented  its  ditficulties. 
Gradually,  however,  the  school's  athletic  teams  began  to  assume  a 
place  in  the  "order  of  the  day  "  that  was  as  important  as  any  in 
turning  out  worthy  graduates. 

By  1915  there  were  intercollegiate  teams  in  football,  basket- 
ball, and  baseball.  A  track  team  participated  in  several  meets  in 
1925-26,  and  a  cross  country  team  was  organized  in  19-^0-19.M. 

Tennis  began  as  an  intercollegiate  sport  in  1927-1929  coached 
by  the  Dean  of  Men,  John  C.  Koch.  The  team  made  a  good  record 
until  the  war  forced  its  discontinuance. 

There  were  wrestling  teams  from  19.^0  to  19.^7  coached  by 
oif -campus  men. 

Soccer  began  at  B.  S.  T.  C.  in  the  fall  of  19.^7  through  the  efforts 
of  Fred  Houck,  who  acted  as  player,  captain,  and  coach.  The  team 
played  high  school  teams  .for  practice,  lost  the  first  intercollegiate 
game  to  Susquehanna  University,  but  defeated  them  in  the  first 
game  played  on  the  home  field.  In  19.^8-39  Coach  Peter  Wisher 
took  charge.  The  team  scored  16  points  to  .3  scored  against  it  by 
the  6  opposing  teams  of  the  season.  Winning  teams  represented 
B.  S.  T.  C.  in  the  succeeding  years.  In  1942-43  the  war  made  foot- 
ball impossible  and  soccer  was  the  fall  sport.  It  was  even  the  main 
attraction  at  the  Homecoming. 

Outstanding  intercollegiate  baseball  teams  were  coached  in  the 
period  from  1934  to  1941  by  Dr.  E.  H.  Nelson,  now  president  of 
the  Alumni  Association.  His  undefeated  team  tif  1935  banged  out 
an  even  dozen  victories  without  loss,  a  record  not  duplicated  until 
1949  when  another  Husky  squad  posted  a  perfect  slate.  One  of 
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To  the  power  of  the  old  Maroon, 

To  the  glory  of  the  Gold, 

As  the  team  goes  by,  lift  the  colors  high, 


A  pledge  to  the  faith  of  old. 

To  the  Men,  to  the  Team,  to  the  Spirit 

Of  Old  Bloomsburg. 


Crintiniied  from  page  34 
the  players  on  that  club  was  Danny  Litwhiler,  National  league 
player  on  Phillies,  Cardinals,  Braves,  and  Reds,  now  coach  of  the 
Cincinnati  Reds,  and  one  of  the  college's  distinguished  alumni. 

Under  the  direction  of  George  C.  Buchheit,  state  championship 
track  teams  were  produced  in  1937,  1938,  1939,  and  1940,  and  a 
number  of  state  meet  records  were  established  that  have  not  yet 
been  seriously  challenged.  In  fact,  Bloomsburg  athletes  still  hold 
five  state  records  —  more  than  are  held  by  any  one  school  in  the 
Teachers  College  Conference. 

Coach  Buchheit  also  tutored  outstanding  basketball  teams  dur- 
ing his  tenure,  the  cage  squads  of  the  late  '30's  being  considered 
among  the  top  Teachers  College  clubs  in  the  state. 

As  during  World  War  I,  competition  in  intercollegiate  athletics 
slowed  down  during  World  War  II.  Limited  schedules  were  played 
by  teams  manned  largely  by  Navy  V-5  and  V-12  personnel.  Foot- 
ball, soccer,  basketball,  track,  and  baseball  were  carried  on.  The 
1944  baseball  team  made  up  of  Navy  Pre-Flight  men  included  star 
athletes  in  various  sports  from  nine  universities.  Navy  coaches 
developed  wrestling  and  swimming  teams. 

The  end  of  World  War  II  brought  with  it  a  full-scale  resumption 
of  intercollegiate  athletic  activities  curtailed  or  terminated  by  the 
pressure  of  war-time  programs  on  the  campus.  The  reactivation  of 
the  intercollegiate  sports  program  began  in  the  fall  of  1946  with 
the  appointment  of  the  late  Alden  J.  Danks,  one  of  Pennsylvania's 
most  successful  high  school  coaches,  as  head  football  coach.  Under 
his  direction  a  sound  beginning  was  made,  and  a  number  of  out- 
standing athletes  were  encouraged  to  continue  their  education  at 
Bloomsburg.  His  sudden  death,  however,  just  one  week  before  the 
opening  football  game  cast  a  pall  of  gloom  over  the  athletic  picture. 

John  A.  Hoch,  Danks  assistant  coach,  took  over  the  coaching 
reins  and  with  the  help  of  William  E.  Landis,  Dean  of  Men,  led 
the  Huskies  to  a  record  of  four  wins,  three  losses,  and  one  tie  in 
an  eight-game  schedule.  The  season  slate  was  the  best  since  1935 
and  is  considered  rather  remarkable  in  that  the  four  victories  were 
registered  after  three  successive  losses.  Outstanding  conquest  was 
a  7  to  6  win  over  a  highly-touted  East  Stroudsburg  club  in  the 
season  finals. 

While  the  Husky  gridders  were  reviving  football,  Coach  Pete 
Wisher's  soccer  team  played  a  four-game  schedule.  Although  the 
Husky  booters  failed  to  dent  the  win  column,  a  firm  foundation 
was  laid  for  the  1947  season  when  they  wrote  an  enviable  record 
into  the  books  —  five  victories,  two  ties,  and  only  one  loss. 

'Varsity  basketball  also  made  its  postwar  appearance  under  the 
direction  of  Coach  Wisher,  and  the  1946-47  record  shows  seven 
victories  and  ten  losses.  A  pair  of  victories  over  always-tough  Ship- 
pensburg  and  single  verdicts  over  MiUersville  and  Kutztown  high- 
lighted a  rough  17-game  card,  Coach  Wisher  also  tutored  the  1947 
track  team  which  turned  in  a  surprise  win  over  Lock  Haven  in  a 
three-meet  schedule.  The  Huskies  placed  fourth  in  the  annual  state 
meet.  New  records  were  written  into  the  books  by  Pat  Rooney, 
Philadelphia  hurdler,  who  ran  the  100-yard  high  hurdles  in  13.1 
seconds,  and  George  Thomas,  Forty  Fort  sprinter,  who  cleared 
1 1  feet  in  the  pole  vault. 

The  1947  baseball  team  was  tutored  by  Thomas  E.  Lewis,  a 
student  coach,  and  the  Husky  diamond  crew  won  three,  lost  five, 
and  tied  one  in  a  topsy-turvy  season.  The  overall  record  for  inter- 
collegiate athletics  in  the  first  postwar  year  shows  13  victories, 
24  losses,  and  two  ties. 

With  this  program  launched,  the  college  community  was  pleased 
to  learn  of  the  oppointment  of  Robert  B.  Redman,  an  outstanding 
coach  of  successful  schoolboy  teams  at  Sayre,  Penna.,  and  North 
High  School,  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  as  head  football  coach.  Mr.  Red- 
man's appointment  was  announced  by  President  Andruss  during 
the  1947  summer  session.  Dr.  Andruss  also  announced  that  Mr. 
Redman  would  coach  the  \arsir)'  baseball  team. 


First  row,  left  to  right  —  Aldinger  (coach),  Oplinger,  Roncmus, 
Sutliff  (manager),  Byron,  Lewis,  Killmer.  Second  row  —  Reig- 
hard,  Gernert,  Hayes  (captain),  Newton,  Williams. 

Under  Redman's  direction,  football  at  Bloomsburg  has  had  an 
amazing  revival.  In  fact,  the  Huskies  have  enjoyed  almost  phe- 
nomenal success  on  the  striped  turf.  His  1947  club  started  slowly, 
but  by  the  end  of  the  campaign  had  turned  in  an  enviable  record 
of  six  wins  and  two  losses.  Despite  these  two  setbacks,  the  Redman 
crew  rated  second  place  in  the  Teachers  College  Conference. 

It  remained  for  the  1948  gridders  to  compile  the  best  record  in 
the  history  of  the  college  —  a  perfect  season.  The  Huskies  steam- 
rollered nine  straight  rivals  and  was  the  only  undefeated  and  un- 
tied college  football  team  in  Pennsylvania.  Several  individual 
Huskies  were  honored  by  being  named  to  the  All-Pennsylvania 
team,  and  at  least  one  player  —  Tom  Donan  —  was  named  on  the 
1948  Little  All- American  squad. 

The  1949  and  1950  teams  also  rated  among  the  leaders  in 
Pennsylvania  college  football  and  high  in  the  final  standings  of 
the  Teachers  College  Conference.  Coach  Redman's  1949  team  lost 
one  game  in  nine  starts,  while  the  1950  gridders  banged  out  seven 
wins  in  eight  tries.  Until  they  ran  afoul  of  West  Chester  late  in 
the  1950  season,  the  Huskies  had  won  nineteen  straight  victories 
against  Teachers  College  rivals. 

Baseball,  too,  under  Coach  Redman  has  fared  well,  and  his  1949 
Huskies  equalled  the  mark  set  by  the  1935  team  in  romping  to 
twelve  wins  in  a  thrill-packed  season.  Twin  triumphs  over  high- 
powered  Second  Army  featured  the  campaign  that  launched  a 
nineteen-game  winning  streak  that  was  finally  broken  during  the 
1950  season  by  Shippensburg. 

Basketball  has  had  a  slow  revival,  but  increasingly  tough  sched- 
ules have  made  it  difficult  for  Husky  cagers  to  do  little  better 
than  break  even.  Under  Coach  Pete  Wisher,  the  1948-49  cagers 
broke  even  in  16  games  for  the  best  record  in  the  post-war  era, 
although  last  year's  Maroon  and  Gold  dribblers  posted  a  slate  of 
12  victories  and  only  seven  defeats.  The  1949-50  team  was  di- 
rected by  Coach  Harold  Shelly,  formerly  coach  and  athletic  director 
at  Wilmington  College,  Wilmington,  Ohio.  Mr.  Siielly  replaced 
Mr.  Wisher  at  the  conclusion  of  the  1948-49  season. 

Track  fortunes,  however,  have  declined,  but  the  scarcity  of  ma- 
terial and  the  comparative  inexperience  of  the  squads  have  been 
contributing  factors.  A  building  up  of  strength  is  now  taking 
place,  and  the  results  of  the  new  program  should  be  evident  in 
years  to  come. 

What  the  future  holds  for  intercollegiate  athletics  at  Blooms- 
burg is  a  moot  question.  Cireater  stress  will  likely  be  laid  on  indi- 
vidual sports,  such  as  tennis,  swimming,  and  golf,  and  intercol- 
legiate schedules  will  probably  be  set  up  to  provide  Bloomsburg 
men  with  an  opportunity  to  play  sports  with  a  carry-over  value. 
Regardless  of  what  sports  are  played  and  what  success  the  over-all 
program  has.  one  thing  is  certain;  Husky  opponents  will  always 
know  they  have  been  in  a  real  scrap. 




A.  HocH 


Public  relations  is  a  way  of  life  for  an  institution  —  not  a  job 
for  a  single  individual.  The  policies,  program,  and  practices  of 
the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College  and  the  performance  of 
its  people  determine  the  quality  of  the  institution's  public  rela- 
tions with  its  many  publics.  Of  particular  importance  are  those 
policies,  programs,  and  practices  which  have  resulted  in  attracting 
and  developing  a  good  faculty  and  a  good  grade  of  students. 

The  keystone  of  any  good  public  relations  program  is  friendli- 
ness, just  plain  pleasantness,  and  the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers 
College  has  gone  more  than  halfway  in  meeting  the  public.  By 
taking  time  to  be  pleasant  and  helpful  and  by  giving  thought, 
time,  and  direction  to  its  public  contacts,  the  college  has  become 
known  throughout  the  Commonwealth  as  the  "Friendly  College." 
Friendly  colleges,  like  friendly  people,  do  not  leave  friendliness  to 

There  was  no  definite  program  of  public  relations  in  the  forma- 
tive years  of  the  institution.  Perhaps  one  of  the  earliest  promoters 
of  the  school  was  Dr.  Judson  P.  Welsh,  who  served  as  principal 
of  the  Bloomsburg  Literary  Institute  and  Normal  School  from 
1890  to  1906.  Dr.  Welsh  was  quite  anxious  to  build  up  enroll- 
ment, and  he  extended  liberal  credit  to  prospective  students  whose 
financial  resources  were  not  quite  as  extensive  as  their  desire  for 
learning.  If  a  student  could  find  some  reputable  person  to  secure 
his  note.  Dr.  Welsh  would  enroll  him  at  once.  In  this  way  a  large 
debt  was  built  up,  and  faculty  members  would  spend  their  siunmer 
vacations  collecting  some  of  these  funds.  In  this  way,  they  came  in 
contact  with  those  who  owed  the  school  money  as  well  as  with 
prospective  students. 

Dean  Emeritus  William  Boyd  Sutliff  recalls  capacity  enroll- 
ments in  the  old  Literary  Institute  and  State  Normal  School  when 
there  was  no  need  for  student  recruitment.  However,  after  the 
purchase  of  the  school  by  the  state  on  May  22,  1916,  a  limited 
amount  of  recruitment  activity  was  begun  under  the  direction  of 
Professor  Bruce  Albert,  but  there  was  no  definite  organization  for 
the  program  and  whatever  results  were  accomplished  are  consid- 
ered only  incidental. 

Shortly  after  1920,  the  State  Normal  School  became  widely 
known  through  its  extension  program.  Large  numbers  of  students 
in  area  communities  were  enrolled  in  evening  classes,  and  contacts 
were  made  not  only  with  teachers-in-service  but  prospective  stu- 
dents in  the  communities  in  which  the  classes  were  held. 

What  was  possibly  the  first  organized  effort  in  the  field  of  public 
relations  began  in  1927  when  John  C.  Koch  was  appointed  to  the 
faculty  as  Dean  of  Men.  Mr.  Koch  was  intensely  interested  in  the 
promotional  phase  of  public  relations,  and  in  the  next  few  years  a 
number  of  interesting  things  were  done.  Weekly  news  releases 
were  sent  to  sixty  or  more  Pennsylvania  newspapers,  and  special 
articles  of  interest  were  contributed  to  weekly  papers  and  various 
magazines.  As  early  as  19.i8,  weekly  broadcasts  were  made  over 
area  radio  stations  in  Sunbury,  Williamsport,  Wilkes-Barre,  and 

The  college  and  the  town  of  Bloomsburg  were  brought  closer 
together  by  an  annual  Kiwanis-Rotary-College  dinner,  occasional 
banquets  for  the  Fireman's  Relief  Association,  the  Bloomsburg 
Lodge  of  Elks,  and  other  organizations.  Although  World  War  II 
forced  a  termination  of  these  activities,  the  role  played  by  such 
affairs  in  building  community  good  will  has  been  important. 

A  series  of  college  films  were  made,  beginning  in  1929,  to 
acquaint  alumni  and  friends  of  the  school  with  the  various  aspects 
of  college  life  and  developments  on  the  campus.  Especially  com- 
mendable were  the  war-time  films  —  "Bloomsburg  Faces  War," 
"Wings  Over  Bloomsburg, "  and  "The  Transition  of  a  Teachers 
College. "  In  addition,  timely  bulletins  were  published  to  carry  the 
Bloomsburg  story  to  the  many  publics  served  by  the  college. 

Beginning  in  1946  the  program  was  enlarged  and  expanded 
under  the  direction  of  a  faculty  Public  Relations  Committee  and 
a  Director  of  Public  Relations  who  serves  as  a  coordinator  and 
adviser  for  the  public  relations  aspects  of  all  activities  of  the 
college  as  well  as  supervisor  of  certain  specific  activities  such  as 
the  news  and  radio  service  and  student  recruitment.  The  expanded 
program  operates  in  two  areas.  First,  it  is  concerned  with  the  pro- 
vision of  acceptable  objectives,  policies,  and  practices.  Next,  it  is 
concerned  with  the  interpretation  of  these  policies  and  activities 
to  the  various  publics. 

In  order  to  achieve  these  ends,  the  public  relations  program 
provides  the  following  services: 

Coordination  of  the  public  relations  activities  of  all  departments 
and  services  of  the  college. 

The  operation  of  a  newspaper  and  radio  service.  A  weekly  news 
release  is  mailed  to  daily  and  weekly  newspapers  throughout  the  state, 
while  special  news  stories  and  articles  of  interest  are  provided  certain 
newspapers  and  magazines  and  radio  stations  when  requested  or  when 
the  news  item  requires  special  attention. 

Consultation  between  the  director  and  departments  of  the  college 
whose  activities  have  especially  important  public  relations  conse- 
quences, such  as  a  placement  office,  extension  service,  business  office, 
athletic  department,  and  the  directors  of  annual  conferences  in  Ele- 
mentary Education,  Business  Education,  Secondary  Education,  and 
Retail  Selling. 

The  supervision  and  direction  of  an  extensive  recruitment  and  high 
school  visitation  program  which  contacted  more  than  60  high  schools 
and  200  high  school  seniors  last  year.  As  a  result,  more  than  half  of 
the  present  Freshman  class  were  introduced  to  Bloomsburg  and  shown 
the  opportunities  that  exist  in  the  teaching  profession.  The  super- 
vision of  a  speaker's  and  entertainment  bureau  through  which  the 
college  makes  available  in  most  agreeable  and  easily  obtainable 
manner  the  instruction,  information,  and  entertainment  resources  of 
faculty  members  and  the  students. 

Assistance  in  planning  publications,  including  promotional  leaflets 
and  bulletins,  which  are  used  to  do  a  direct  "selling"  job.  Such  pub- 
lications as  placement  brochures  (issued  in  1949  and  1950;  intro- 
duce our  graduates  to  school  administrators;  progress  reports  ("Five 
Years  Are  Finished"  (1945)  and  "Five  More  Years  Are  Finished" 
(  1950);  recruitment  aids  (  "If  you  Want  To  Teach'  and  "Twenty 
Questions  Most  Often  Asked  By  High  School  Graduates";;  and  other 
bulletins  and  leaflets  are  highly  important  in  the  total  public  relations 

The  promotion  of  on-campus  contacts  for  visiting  high  school 
students;  the  annual  Invitation  High  School  Basketball  Tournament, 
Spring  Fashion  Show,  Commercial  Contest,  and  occasional  "visiting" 
days  provide  valuable  contacts  with  prospective  students. 

The  development  of  motion  pictures  which  provide  a  means  of 
bringing  the  scenes  and  action  of  campus  activity  to  prospective  stu- 
dents, alumni  groups,  and  other  important  college  publics. 

Assisting  with  the  production  of  a  weekly  radio  program,  "The 
College  Hour,"  broadcast  over  a  local  station. 
Because  relationships  with  the  public,  whether  good  or  bad,  are 
inescapable  for  public  institutions,  the  objective  of  the  planned 
public  relations  program  of  the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  Col- 
lege is  to  insure  i!^ood  public  relations.  The  success  of  the  program 
will  be  reflected  in  the  future  growth  and  development  of  the 
college  and  the  confidence  it  inspires  in  the  people  of  the  Com- 
monwealth whom  it  has  so  ably  served. 


E.  H.  Nelson 

Graduates  of  Bloomsburg  have  always  been  interested  in  their 
Alma  Mater.  The  class  of  1891  contributed  about  $200  to  pur- 
chase exercise  apparatus.  This  was  before  the  school  had  a  gym- 

nasium, hence,  the  materials  were  set  up  for  use  in  a  vacant  class 
room.  For  several  years  before  this,  there  was  considerable  dis- 
cussion at  Alumni  meetings  relative  to  an  Alumni  Memorial.  At 


one  meeting  a  motion  was  made,  throughly  discussed  and  unani- 
mously passed,  that  each  member  of  the  Alumni  Association  be 
asked  to  contribute  a  dollar  toward  the  grading  and  putting  into 
proper  repair  of  an  athletic  field  on  the  Campus. 

In  1894  the  B.S.N. S.  Quarterly  was  established  "to  provide  a 
medium  of  communication  between  the  Normal  and  her  Chil- 
dren." Up  to  that  time  we  have  only  fragmentary  records  of 
Alumni  Activities.  The  Quarterly  has  been  published  continuously 
to  the  present  except  for  a  period  of  four  years  (  1922-1926)  when 
the  affairs  of  the  Association  were  at  a  low  ebb.  A  perusal  of  a 
complete  file  of  these  publications  to  be  found  in  the  Alumni 
Room,  shows  a  spirit  of  loyalty  and  support  through  the  56  years. 

In  193.5  interested  Alumni  took  the  necessary  steps  to  secure  a 
charter  and  since  that  date  the  Association  has  functioned  as  a 
Corporation.  Bruce  Albert  was  the  first  president  under  the  new 
status  and  guided  by  iiis  aggressive  leadership,  a  healthy  growth 
was  experienced.  The  loan  fund  was  developed  from  a  mere  pit- 
tance to  a  working  balance  of  over  $13,000.  The  class  of  1893 
made  the  initial  contribution.  Many  other  classes  and  individuals 
have  made  gifts  through  the  years. 

Professor  O.  H.  Bakeless  canvassed  the  Alumni  to  secure  funds 
for  the  equipment  and  furnishing  of  Alumni  headquarters  in  a 
room  set  apart  for  that  purpose  by  Dr.  Francis  B.  Haas,  then 
President  of  the  College.  Today,  we  find  in  this  room  complete 
furnishings,  trophy  cases,  and  a  varied  collection  of  pictures,  pub- 
lications, awards,  and  mementos  that  have  been  gathered  and  are 
of  interest  to  Alumni  when  they  return  to  their  Alma  Mater. 

For  many  years.  Professor  and  Mrs.  F.  H.  Jenkins  took  care  of 
the  business  affairs  of  the  Association,  and  Alumni  today  reap  the 
reward  of  their  careful  management.  Older  Alumni  will  associate 
the  names  of  Welsh,  Waller,  Wilbur,  Dennis,  Sutliff,  and  many 
others  as  staunch  supporters  of  the  Alumni  Association. 

Branch  organizations  of  the  association  are  to  be  found  in 
several  counties  as  well  as  in  New  York,  Washington,  and  Phila- 
delphia. Graduates  who  have  gone  far  in  their  chosen  fields  and 
professions,  as  well  as  in  State  and  National  afifairs,  gather  to 
spend  an  evening  talking  over  their  student  days.  Occasionally  an 
escapade  comes  to  light  that  has  been  a  secret  through  tlie  years 
as  far  as  personnel  was  concerned.  But  the  dominant  theme  of 
every  meeting  is  that  it  was  good  to  have  been  there  and  "years 

to  come  shall  find  us  ever,  true  to  Bloomsburg  still."  This  is  evi- 
denced when  fine  groups  return  to  the  campus  each  fall  and  spring 
to  attend  the  exercises  incident  to  Homecoming  and  Alumni  Day 

Feeling  tiiat  some  formal  recognition  should  be  given  to  mem- 
bers of  the  Association  who,  through  their  loyalty  to  the  college 
and  honor  brought  thereto  by  their  professional  activities,  a  Dis- 
tinguisiied  Service  Award  was  originated  and  the  first  presenta- 
tions were  made  at  the  May,  1948,  Alumni  Day  F,xercises.  Those 
iionored  to  date  are  as  follows: 

1948      John  C.  Conner  Educator,  Philanthropist 

r-,     r-         ■    n   u  Former  president  of  the  collcne,  State 

Dr.  Francis  B.  Hass  ,.  /      ,     ,    <  n   i  i      i 

Superintendent  ot  Pulilic  Instruction 

Danny  Lirwhiler 

1949  Lindley  H.  Dennis 

Ida  M.  Sitler 

1950  William  B.  Sutliff 

Major  league  baseball  player 
Nationally  recognized   leader   in  Vo- 
cational Education 

A  fearless  teacher  in  the  field  of 

Many  years  of  devoted  service  to  his 
Alma  Mater  as  teacher  and  Dean  of 

_      .    ^,     ,   ,,  A    leader    in    the   lield    of   Children's 

Carrie  Clark  Myers  i_,,,,.^,^,^ 

Dr.  George  E.  Pfahler     World  leader  in  the  field  of  radiology 
No  more  than  three  awards  are  made  each  year.  To  be  thus 
honored  is  a  compliment  to  the  recipient  and  to  the  College. 

Numerous  scholarships  are  awarded  each  year  to  worthy  stu- 
dents. The  Bruce  Albert  Memorial  Scholarship,  the  Sauner  schol- 
arship, the  Class  of  1950  Scholarship  are  annual  awards.  In  addi- 
tion there  are  about  12  fifty-dollar  awards  available  annually  to 
students  designated  by  the  college  administration  as  deserving  of 
the  same.  The  Student  Loan  Fund  is  always  available  to  those  who 
can  qualify  as  being  earnest,  reliable  students  in  need  of  assistance 
from  the  financial  angle  in  completing  their  work  at  the  College. 
A  bronze  tablet,  "The  Husky  Plaque,"  lists  those  who  have 
contributed  $50  or  more  to  "the  spirit  that  is  Bloomsburg."  New 
names  are  added  each  year.  More  and  more  as  the  years  come  and 
go  do  the  Alumni  rally  to  the  support  of  their  Alma  Mater.  A  fine 
Siberian  Husky  dog,  purchased  by  the  Association  and  presented 
to  the  College,  Alumni  Day,  May,  1950,  symbolizes  the  living 
spirit  of  loyal  sons  and  daugiiters  of  the  Literary  Institute,  the 
Normal  School,  and  the  Bloomsburg  State  Teachers  College. 


Harvey  A.  Andruss 

Writing  in  a  college  bulletin  FIVE  MORE  YEARS  ARE 
FINISHED  (  1945-1950)  in  April  1950,  John  A.  Hoch,  Director, 
Public  Relations,  poses  certain  questions  and  suggests  their  an- 
swers in  a  section  titled  "Looking  Ahead." 

Great  opportunities  loom  ahead  and  in  order  to  meet  the  Chal- 
lenge posed  by  these  broadening  horizons  our  College  must  con- 
tinue to  grow  in  service  to  others. 

A  recent  report  by  the  Carnegie  Foundation  for  the  Advance- 
ment of  Teaching  showed  that  20'7  of  American  youth  between 
the  ages  of  18  and  21  are  enrolled  in  institutions  of  higher  learn- 
ing. California  leads  the  several  states  with  30'"(,  while  Penn- 
sylvania's average  of  7%  is  far  less  than  the  12%  figure  reported 
for  New  York  State. 

Obviously,  Pennsylvania  must  narrow  the  gap  between  her 
present  low  percentage  and  the  national  average,  or  the  future  of 
the  youth  from  18  to  21  in  the  Commonwealth  will  continue  to 

What  steps  will  Pennsylvania  take  to  close  this  gap? 

The  answer  to  this  question  may  well  indicate  the  future  de- 
velopment of  our  College. 

To  meet  the  needs  for  higher  education  among  the  youth  of 
New  York  State,  there  was  created  the  State  University  of  New 
York  comprising  33  separate  institutions  of  higher  education 
which  include  eleven  State  Teachers  Colleges,  eleven  state-operated 
institutions,  and  eleven  "contract"  colleges.  By  expanding  oppor- 

tunities. New  York  has  shown  that  if  there  is  a  college  with  low 
or  medium  fees  within  commuting  distance,  a  iiigher  proportion 
of  youth  will  attend  college.  An  increase  in  the  total  number  of 
college  enrollees  cannot  help  but  affect  the  enrollment  of  all 
collegiate  institutions  within  the  state.  California's  experience  is 

Does  the  answer  for  Pennsylvania  lie  in  similar  expanded  pro- 
grams of  higher  education? 

The  community  college  presents  new  educational  frontiers.  A 
relatively  new  and  developing  educational  institution,  the  com- 
munity college  attempts  to  meet  tlie  post-high  school  educational 
needs  of  youth  in  the  college-age  group.  Ordinarily,  the  standard 
two  years  of  college  work  are  oflfered,  but  many  of  the  newer 
institutions  are  developing  programs  to  meet  the  vocational  and 
general  educational  needs  of  the  students  who  are  preparing  to  go 
directly  into  civic  and  semi-professional  life. 

A  recent  report  of  the  President's  Commission  on  Higher  Edu- 
cation defines  the  community  college  as  the  next  great  area  of 
expansion  in  higher  education. 

Does  the  Pennsylvania  answer  lie  within  the  area  of  developing 
a  system  of  tuition-free  or  low-cost  community  colleges? 

It  is  well  recognized  that  lack  of  funds  acts  as  a  curb  to  college 
enrollment.  Federal  or  state  scholarships  are  advocated  by  many  as 
the  solution  to  the  problem  of  increasing  college  enrollments. 
Following  broadly  the  precedent  set  by  the  G.  I.  Bill,  the  Presi- 






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dent's  Commission  on  Higher  Education  recommended  a  Federal 
program  of  scholarships  at  the  undergraduate  level  based  primarily 
on  need;  these  scholarships  to  be  available  for  all  types  of  insti- 
tutions of  higher  learning. 

This  suggestion,  and  many  other  similar  proposals,  are  bound 
to  have  a  direct  influence  upon  the  development  of  higher  educa- 

Does  the  answer  for  Pennsylvania  lie  in  extending  educational 
opportunity  through  government  scholarships.' 

The  College  participated  successfully  in  the  education  of  Liberal 
Arts  freshmen  for  the  Pennsylvania  State  College,  and  conducted 
various  war  programs  for  the  Army,  Navy,  U.  S.  Department  of 
Commerce,  and  the  Pennsylvania  Board  of  Nursing.  In  view  of 
this  accomplishment  it  is  believed  that  a  Teachers  College  might 
well  be  of  service  in  fields  other  than  teacher  education. 

In  some  states,  teachers  colleges  serve  as  regional  colleges, 
granting  four-year  and  five-year  degrees  in  addition  to  the  B.S.  in 
Education.  Some  offer  general  education,  while  others  specialize 
in  various  fields  of  vocational  and  business  training. 

Does  the  answer  for  Pennsylvania  lie  in  a  similar  program  of 
expanding  opportunities  through  regional  colleges.'' 

The  answers  to  these  questions  may  well  affect  all  the  youth 
in  Pennsylvania  between  the  ages  of  18  and  21  years,  but  what- 
ever the  direction  of  higher  education  in  Pennsylvania,  changes 
will  be  felt  in  any  institution  responding  to  the  needs  of  the  public 
it  serves.  Our  College  has  kept  in  step  with  the  times.  Its  future 
growth  and  development  cannot  help  but  reflect  the  demands  that 
will  be  made  of  it,  and  the  confidence  it  has  inspired  in  the  people 
of  the  Commonwealth  whom  it  has  so  ably  served. 

How  many  came  to  college.-" 

How  many  graduated? 

How  many  taught.-* 

These  three  questions,  when  answered,  give  concrete  evidence 
of  educational  service. 

Enrollment  Trends 

The  enrt)llment  in  State  Teachers  Colleges  in  Pennsylvania  has 
been  subject  to  the  same  decided  variations  that  have  prevailed 
in  other  institutions  of  higher  learning  since  the  depression  years 
of  the  1930's.  The  graph  presented  shows  a  pre-war  period  of  five 
years,  the  war  period  of  the  same  length,  and  the  five  years  of  the 
post-war  period.  The  graph  shows  the  total  enrollment  in  terms 
of  full  time  students  and  summer  session  students. 

During  the  five  year  pre-war  period  beginning  in  19.t5  and 
ending  in  1940  from  eight  to  nine  thousand  students  were  en- 
rolled in  the  State  Teachers  Colleges,  the  high  point  of  the  period 
being  1940  and  the  low  point  in  19.^8.  The  summer  session  en- 
rollment, composed  chiefly  of  teachers-in-service,  does  not  follow 
the  same  pattern.  Beginning  with  3500  students  in  1936,  it  reaches 
almost  5000  in  1939  and  then  recedes  to  about  4500  in  1940. 

The  Bloomsburg  enrollment  for  the  pre-war  period  following 
the  general  up  and  down  pattern  shows  less  variation  from  year 
to  year  in  its  full  time  enrollment.  The  figures  indicate  that  except 
for  1936,  Bloomsburg  ranks  third  or  fourth  place  among  the 
fourteen  state  teachers  colleges  for  the  prewar  period  when  viewed 
in  terms  of  full  time  enrollment.  The  summer  enrollment  in 
Bloomsburg  reaches  a  peak  in  1939,  and  the  rank  shown  in  figures 
indicates  that  summer  session  enrollments  have  been  either  fourth 
or  fifth  in  relation  to  the  other  teachers  colleges. 

By  and  large,  there  is  a  general  similarity  between  the  Blooms- 
burg figures  for  the  pre-war  period  and  that  of  the  total  teachers 
college  picture. 

The  war  period  running  from  1940  to  1945  presents  a  more 
confused  situation.  Teacher  college  full  time  enrollments  show 
progressive  losses  in  the  first  four  years  of  this  period  and  tend  to 


level  oft  with  a  slight  decrease  in  the  last  period.  In  the  first  year 
the  approximate  loss  in  full  time  enrollment  was  1000;  next  year, 
1500;  and  the  following  year,  2000.  The  summer  enrollments  de- 
creased each  year,  but  at  a  more  gradual  angle. 

The  Bloomsburg  picture  follows  the  same  general  pattern 
except  where  war  programs  were  introduced  to  counteract  the 
general  tendency  of  decreased  enrollments.  For  instance,  the  year 
1944  shows  an  increase  over  194.r  This  was  due  to  the  termina- 
tion of  the  Navy  V-1  and  V-7  programs  in  the  other  State  Teach- 
ers Colleges  and  the  transfer  of  students  into  the  V-1 2  Program  at 
Bloomsburg.  The  total  war-program  figures  for  all  colleges  are 
not  available.  Comparisons  against  a  general  background  are  diffi- 
cult. In  fact,  BSTC  was  the  only  Pennsylvania  Teachers  College 
having  a  war  program  where  Navy  or  Army  students  went  into 
the  same  classes  as  the  teacher  education  students. 

Another  unusual  thing  was  the  increase  in  the  summer  session 
enrollment  at  Bloomsburg  in  1945  to  the  point  that  it  exceeded 
the  regular  enrollment.  This  is  shown  by  the  crossing  of  the  two 
curves.  The  termination  of  the  Navy  V-I2  Program  in  October, 
1945,  accounts  for  this  situation.  The  wide  variation  in  the  enroll- 
ment rank  in  Bloomsburg  in  relation  to  the  other  Colleges  during 
the  war  period  was  due  to  a  change  in  the  calendar,  from  the 
regular  college  year  of  two  semesters  {  18  weeks  each)  with  sum- 
mer sessions  ( 3  to  6  weeks )  to  a  college  year  composed  of  three 
terms  of  equal  length  (  16  weeks  each. ) 

The  over-all  enrollment  picture  of  the  post-war  period  begin- 
ning in  1946  for  all  teachers  colleges  indicates  a  marked  increase, 
even  though  estimated  figures  were  used.  The  rapid  expansion  of 
enrollment  to  a  point  never  heretofore  reached  by  the  State  Teach- 
ers Colleges  as  a  whole,  and  attained  only  by  Bloomsburg  during 
the  war  period,  poses  many  new  problems  in  relation  to:  (  1  ) 
future  functions  of  State  Teachers  Colleges  as  institutions  of  higher 
learning  in  the  Commonwealth  of  Pennsylvania.  (2)  increases 
of  faculty  personnel  so  as  to  preserve  and  if  possible  enhance,  the 
quality  of  instruction;  (  .t  )  plant  needs  for  increased  enrollments; 
(4)  need  for  repairs  and  renovations  to  overcome  deferred  main- 
tenance of  all  present  facilities;  (  5  )  optimum  use  of  facilities  for 
presently  enrolled  students  and  those  who  may  eventually  seek 
the  only  available  opportunity  for  higher  education  to  be  found 
in  institutions  whose  geographic  position  is  available  and  (6) 
near  to  their  homes  in  which  they  must  live  while  going  to  college. 

All  these  facts  along  with  the  problems  which  they  raise  must 
hs  considered  in  trying  to  answer  the  question  — 
Enrollment   (1940-1950) 

Size  is  a  symptom  but  not  a  cure  for  all  educational  ills.  Num- 
brrs  are  necessary  to  the  operation  of  a  college  and  therefore,  an 
analysis  is  presented  so  that  we  may  view  the  situations  as  they 
have  changed  and  the  steps  which  have  been  taken  to  meet  them 
as  they  occurred. 

Regular  Sludeiili  War  SluJenls  Total 

1944-45  361    (Estimated  April  1945;        502  863 

1943-44  622  610  1232 

1942-43  484  204  688 

1941-42  494  ■  494' 

1940-41  718  (None)  71S 

"Number  of  war  students  nut  available 

Enrollment  (Full-Time   Students) 

Veterans  N  on -Veterans  Total 

1949-50                            557  338  895' * 

1948-49                            451  288  839*  * 

1947-48                            474  306  780' * 

1946-47                            477  270  747" 

1945-46                            104  237  341 

'  'Djes  not  include  Liberal  Arts  Freshmen  *  Approximately  70  ) 

It  is  interesting  to  note  the  growth  and  development  of  the 
summer  sessions  during  the  period. 

Pre-  Regular  Post- 
Session  Session  Session  Total 
1949  414  560  336  1310 
1948  468  570  383  1421 
1947  371  483  340  1194 
1946  248  353  238  839 
1945                      194                     188  93  475 

Perhaps  the  pragmatic  expression  of  confidence  of  the  ever- 
expanding  community  which  a  teacher-education  institution  serves 
is  the  placement  record  of  its  graduates.  Reduced  to  the  simplest 
terms,  Bloomsburg  has  an  excellent  record  of  placement. 

As  the  result  of  a  survey  made  in  1941,  under  the  direction  of 
Earl  N.  Rhodes,  covering  1025  graduates  from  1931  to  1940,  it 
was  revealed  that  77.27  percent  of  our  graduates  were  engaged  in 
teaching.  Because  this  survey  covered  all  but  one  per  cent  of  the 
graduates,  the  figures  indicate  that  the  institution  was  fairly  suc- 
cessful in  quantitative  placement. 

A  further  survey  was  made  by  President  Harvey  A.  Andruss  in 
1949,  including  the  original  period  from  1931  to  1940  and  cover- 
ing an  additional  period  of  eight  years  from  1940  to  1948,  in- 
clusive. Results  of  this  study,  involving  a  total  of  1818  graduates, 
show  that  the  overall  teacher  placement  figure  for  ten  years  of 
77.27%  grew  to  83.40'Y  in  the  period  from  1941  to  1945  and 
increased  to  88.73 9f  in  the  period  from  1946  to  1948. 
Five   Year   Survey   (1941-45) 

Itrjduatis  Teaching  Percent 

Elementary  183  174  95.08 

Secondary  128  98  76.56 

Business  207  160  77.24 





51S  \M 

Three  Year   Survey  (1946-48) 

Ci  rail  nates  Teaching 

97  97 

95  81 

83  66 



1 00.00 



Total  .  275  244  88.73 

The  questionnaires  for  these  surveys  were  not  compiled  in  terms 
of  present  occupations,  but  in  terms  of  the  question:  "Have  you 
ever  been  regularly  employed  as  a  teacher .>"  Anyone  who  taught 
regularly  for  one  year  was  counted  as  a  teacher.  Any  other  gainful 
occupation  was  classified  under  "Other  Occupation,"  while  the 
"Miscellaneous"  classifications  included  Unemployed,  Married 
(never  having  taught  or  been  employed).  Enrolled  in  Graduate 
School  at  the  time  of  the  Survey,  or  Armed  Forces  Service,  etc. 

It  is  significant  to  note  that  the  over-all  picture  shows  the  num- 
ber employed  has  increased  from  92.9%  to  almost  96.7%,  a  gain 
of  3.8%,  which  the  number  teaching  increased  from  77.2%  to 
88.73'"r',  a  net  gain  of  1 1.46%.  This  would  seem  to  indicate  that 
more  graduates  are  going  into  teaching. 


Under  this  closing  title  in  a  doctoral  dissertation  (The  Devel- 
opment of  Pennsylvania  State  Teachers  Colleges  as  Institutions  of 
Higher  Education,  1927-1928)  pp.  194-6,  President  Harvey  A. 
Andruss  concluded  that: 

Since  the  State  Teachers  Colleges  are  the  only  State-owned  and 
state-operated  institutions  of  higher  education  in  Pennsylvania, 
during  the  last  twenty-one  years  there  have  been  a  number  of 
proposals  for  their  use.  Among  them  are  (  1  )  proposal  to  reduce, 
or  close,  a  number  of  State  Teachers  colleges  (  beginning  in  1932  ) ; 
(2)  arts  college  proposal  of  1933  to  restrict  the  area  of  educa- 
tional influence  of  Teachers  Colleges  to  the  elementary  field,  leav- 
ing the  secondary  field  to  the  private  institutions;  (  3  )  proposal 
for  extension  centers  in  vocational  education;  (4)  five-year  pro- 
posal; (  5  )  State  Teachers  Colleges  to  become  State  Colleges;  (  6  ) 
Community  College  Proposal  of  President's  Commission  on 
Higher  Education;   (  7  )   Penn.sylvania  Post-High  School  Study. 

Conclusions   and   Prospects 

Organization  and  control  factors  to  be  developed  are: 

1.  A  re-constitution  of  the  present  State  Council  of  Education  so 
that  this  board  of  nine  members  will  be  laymen.  One  term  to  ex- 
pire each  year  to  insure  continuity  of  policy. 

2.  Election  of  the  State  Superintendent  for  a  term  of  ten  years  by 
the  State  Council  of  Education. 

3.  Appointment  of  the  Presidents  of  State  Teachers  Colleges  by 
the  State  Council  of  Education  after  nomination  by  the  local  Boards 
of  Trustees  and  approval  of  the  State  Superintendent. 

4.  Appointment  of  Deputy  Superintendent  in  the  Department  of 
Public  Instfuction  in  charge  of  Higher  Education. 


5.  Payment  of  all  costs  of  instruction,  operation,  and  new  con- 
struction so  that  students  and  other  sources  of  local  income  will  be 
expected  to  carry  the  cost  of  books,  supplies  and  housing  (  board, 
room,  and  laundry  )  only. 

6.  Providing  opportunities  for  forty-five  percent  of  teachers-in- 
service  to  complete  their  education  for  the  bachelor's  degree  by  spe- 
cial subsidies  to  institutions  offering  curricula  and  services  particularly 
adapted  for  experienced  teachers.  This  includes  summer  schools,  ex- 
tension courses,  clinics,  workshops,  and  other  offerings  yet  to  be 

7.  Permitting  purchases  of  goods,  services,  or  new  construction 
in  amounts  not  exceeding  S5,000  on  basis  of  two  or  more  competitive 
bids  by  local  institutions. 

S.  Maintaining  the  identity  of  the  individual  college  budgets  from 
the  time  they  are  formulated  until  they  are  administered  by  local 

9.  Upward  revision  of  salary  schedule  to  encourage  well-educated 
and  widely-experienced  staff  to  seek  positions  in  State  Teachers  Col- 
leges. Increments  on  a  yearly  basis  shall  be  mandatory  on  the  part  of 
the  state.  Provisions  for  sabbatical  leaves  of  absence,  administrative 
officers,  definite  contractual  period  of  twelve  months  for  some  per- 
sonnel and  other  safeguards  should  be  included  as  a  part  of  a  salary 

10.  Interpreting  degrees  earned,  for  purposes  of  granting  incre- 
ments, in  terms  of  their  relation  to  the  held  of  teaching  or  administra- 
tive service. 

Curricular  offerings  and  services  of  the  State  Teachers  Colleges 
should  be  a  part  of  a  general  policy  developed  by  the  Department  of 
Public  Instruction : 

11.  To  educate  pre-service  teachers,  in-service  teachers,  and  other 

personnel  as  school  nurses,  psychologists,  clinicians,  secretaries,  etc., 
so  that  after  the  general  pattern  of  curriculum  is  approved  by  the 
Department  of  Public  Instruction,  certification  regulations  shall  not 
be  applicable  to  subject  matter  course  titles. 

12.  Extension  education,  laboratory  school  experiences,  and  ex- 
perimental educational  opportunities  will  be  subject  to  the  Depart- 
ment of  Public  Instruction  only  to  the  extent  that  there  is  assurance 
that  satisfactory  teachers  are  available  for  public  school  system  of 

Among  the  various  proposals  described,  the  following  have 
been  mentioned: 

1.  Proposal  for  Community  Colleges; 

2.  Proposal  for  Regional  State  Colleges; 

3.  Proposal  for  Five  Years  of  Teacher  Education  in  Some  Fields; 

4.  Proposal  for  Extension  Centers  for  Vocational  Education; 

5.  Proposal  to  Limit  Offerings  or  Change  Services 

and  are  here  arranged  in  the  order  of  the  most  desirable  to  the 
least  desirable  in  terms  of  the  immediate  steps  to  be  taken  in  the 
interest  of  the  youth  of  the  Commonwealth  of  Pennsylvania. 

Providing  two  years  of  general  and/or  technical  education  in 
the  State  Teachers  College  of  Pennsylvania  for  worthy  students 
would  give  an  opportunity  for  choosing  those  who  possess  the 
intellectual  attainments  and  personality  traits  necessary  for  teach- 
ing. Such  a  plan  would  tie-in  with  the  2  plus  .t  plan  for  five  years 
of  teacher  education. 

These  are  the  next  steps  for  the  development  of  the  Pennsyl- 
vania State  Teachers  Colleges  as  institutions  of  higher  education. 


If  hurrying  years  have  dim'd  the  past 
Or  busy  hfe  made  you  deplore 
The  joyous  days  of  youth,  let's  cast 
A  backward  glance  and  live  once  more 
Amid  the  scenes  which  we  shall  greet, 
Let's  live  again  with  youth  now  here 
They  play  our  games,  our  classes  meet; 

"Youth  must  be  served,"  give  them  a  cheer. 

*  *  # 

Once  more  I  climbed  the  hill 
To  see  those  ivyed  walls 

That  welcomed  me,  and  still 

Fond  mem'ry  to  me  calls 

The  forms,  the  voices  of  the  past. 

Here  at  "Old  Bloomsburg,"  dear  to  all 

Whose  pleasant  lot  was  cast 

Amidst  her  friendly  halls,  recall 

The  happy  days  of  youth,  the  happy  past 

And  feel  the  thrill  of  present  days 

For  here  the  friendly  spirit  stays. 

William  Boyd  Sutliff 




Included  herein  are  the  names  of  those  Alumni  for  whom  we  have  addresses. 
Names  of  those  reported  as  deceased  have  been  deleted. 

NOTICE  TO  ALUMNI  —  If  your  name  does  not  appear  here,  please  send  it  with   your 
address   to   ALUMNI   DIRECTORY.   State   Teachers  College,   Bloomsburg,    Pennsylvania. 

CLASS    OF    1879 

Allen.    Ellen    M.    (Mrs.    W.    C.    Bond).    14S    K.    M;iln    .Streel,    Hloomsburg,    Pa. 

CLASS    OF    1880 
Cavanaugh.  Maggie  I.Mrs.  James  C.  BigleyV  .'/"J,"  Park  .\veniie,  rililadelphia,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1881 

Guie.   Claudia   B.,   2.S1    Main   Street.    Catawissa.    Ta. 
Hower.  Heister  V.,  Dr.,  339  E.  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

CLASS    OF   1882 
Dilly,  J.  W.,  Seguache,  Colorado. 
Halstead,  C.  M.,  (.Mrs.  C.  M.  Sanders),  607  Dodge  Street,  Delta,  Colorado. 

CLASS   OF    1883 

Conner,  John  G.,  8  Belmont  Circle.  Treiiti-ii.  .\    J. 

CLASS   OF    1884 
Clark,  Philip  A.,   leanesville,  Pa. 

Crago,  Lizzie  I.Mrs.  Ji»hn  T.  Pctcick),  824  Delaware  Street,  Scranton,  "Pa. 
Dersheimer,  Bessie  B.  (Mrs.  John  Carter),  506  Keystone  Avenue,  Peckville,  Pa. 
MacAniff,  Michael  H.,  419  S.  River  Street,  WilkesBarre,  Pa. 
Sharpless,  May,  lO.^i  Light  Street  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1885 

Cockill,    Sallie    M.    I  Mrs.    G.    H.    Wilcox  I.    Kvle.    .McDowell    Co.,    \V.    Va. 

Conner,    William    S.,    120    Cypress    St..    .Madera,    Calif. 

Cole.   Susie   W.    (.Mrs.   M.    H.   Keogh),    191    Linden   St.,   Rochester,    X.   Y. 

Ensminger.    Martha   K.    (Mrs.    E.    A.    Baxter),    Pawnee,    111. 

Hine,   Harry   O.,   .\pt.   501,   1401    Fairmont    St.,    N.    \V.    Wash.,   D.   C. 

Mickey,    Mary,    112   South    St..    Harrisburiii.    Pa. 

CLASS  OF   1886 

Barnes.   EIHeda  M.   (Mrs.   E.    H.   Gottschall),  951    Washington  .-Vve.,  Tyrone,   Pa. 

Bemhard,    Ida,   2.1    E.    Fifth   St.,   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Felker,    Jerome    C,    112    E.    Market    St.,    Lewistown,    Pa. 

Hoffa,    Hattie   A.    I.Mrs.    John    Ruhl),    31    S.    Front    St.,    Lewisburg,    Pa. 

Jones,   Flora  B.,  90.;   W.   Market  St.,   Pottsville.   Pa. 

Kline,   Marion  A.   Esq.,   410-411    Majestic   Bldg.,   Cheyenne,   Wyo. 

Leacock,    Grace    A.,    43    Virginia    Terrace.    Forty-Fort,    Pa. 

Long.   Melle    i  .Mrs.    Duval  Dickson),  209   E.    Front  St.,   Berwick.   Pa. 

Low,    Elizabeth  A.,    K    No.   5.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

McCann,    Alice    J.    (Mrs.    Philip    Clarki.    leanesville.    Pa. 

Monie,   Isabell  U.    i  Mrs.  S.  C.  Jones).  735  Concord  .\ve..  Drexel  Hill,   Pa. 

Murphy,    Emma   W.    (Mrs.    Thomas   Main).   Trvon.    North    Carolina 

Riley,   Mary   E.    I  Mrs.    Thomas  J.   Mack),   72  .\rch   St.,    WilkesBarre,   Pa. 

Schoch,   Mary   L.   I  Mrs.   M.    S.    McKelvy)   75   N.    Market   St.,    Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Snyder,  Annie  C.   I  Mrs.   .\nnie  S.   Mausteller).  425   East   St.,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Stiles,    Jennie   M,,    11    E.    Jefferson    St.,    Media.    Pa. 

CLASS  OF   1887 
Brockway,  Alice   (Mrs.  Clark  Kashner)    1013  S.  Catherine  St.,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Martin,    William    E.,    Freeland,    Pa. 

Mathias,  Mary  D.  (Mrs.  H.  D.  Hermany),  75  S.  Main  St.,  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 
Nye,   Rebecca    iMr^.   J.    D.    Lowry).    15   East   Third   St.,    Watsontown,   Pa. 
Petty.    Mary.    213    W.    Second    St..    Berwick.    Pa- 
Richards.    Florence   S.,    1128    Howard   Ave.,    Pottsville.    Pa. 

Smith.    K.    Maude    i  Mrs.    H.    J.    Fausel).    Waralise    Hotel,    .-Mbemarle,    X.    C. 
Taylor,    Charles   W.,    Mackeyville.    Pa 

CLASS   OF   1888 
Campbell.  Ellie  M.  I  Mrs.  John  B.  Houston)  36  S.  Hickory  St..  Mt.  Carniel,  Pa. 
Hess,   Florence  G.    i  .Mrs.  X.  G.  Cool).  413  Irving  St..  (Tulver  (7ity,  Calif. 
Kiefer,  Margaret  R.   (Mrs.  Margaret   Hewitt)  65  Putnam  St.,  Tunkhannock,  Pa. 
Shuman,  Ambrose,  Dr.,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Supplee.    Annie    I.Mrs.    J.    B.    Xuss).    225    W.    Third    St.,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Taylor,   Mary   iMr^.    T.   T.    Tones)   (>32   X.    Main   .\ve..   Scranton.   Pa. 
Yetter,  Ada  M.  (.Mrs.  lohn  W.  Clapham),  2<i5  Washington  .\ve..  Apt.  4-T. 
Br.x)klyn.    X.    Y. 

CLASS   OF   1889 

Albertson,  Mary   E.   (Mrs.  C.    E.  .\dams).   137  E.   Sixth  St..   Berwick.  Pa. 

Beminger,   Martha   (.Mrs.   Thos.   W.    Kydd)   2i7   W.   Main   St.,   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Brown,   May,    LiT   Willow   St..   Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Elias,    Nettie    '.Mrs.    Price    Thomas).    Scranton.    Pa. 

Fenstermacher,  W.   A.,   1211   South    East   52nd   .\ve.,   Portland,   Oregon 

Harding,  Mattie,  3535  Vincent  Ave.,  n..  Minneapolis,  Minn. 

John,    Helen    B.,   353    College    Hill.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

McBride,  Bell  iMrs.  D.  Z.  Men-ch).  Shickshinny,  Pa. 

McKown,  M.  Adelaide  (Mrs.  Francis  Hawke)  66  W.  Harrison  St..  Tunkhannock 

D.    Z.    Mensch,    Shickshinnv,    Penna. 

Moore.  Caroline  W.   (  Mrs.    L.   J.   H.   Grossart).  424  X.  26th  St.,   AUentown,   Pa. 

Phillips  Catharine  (Mrs.  Catharine  Davis),  Scranton,  Pa. 

Snyder.    Wm.   H.,   419   S.    Market    St..   Shamokin,    Pa. 

Stager,   L.   Irene    (Mrs.   .\.   B.    Longshore).    115   Dewart   St.,   Shamokin,   Pa. 

Wintersteen,   Bess  T.   (Mrs.    Richard   Shelly).   12   Pleasant   .-Vve.,    Passaic,   X.   J. 

CLASS   OF   1890 

Adams,    John    K.    Rev..    155    W.    Third    St..    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Bemhard.    Laura    (.Mrs.    E.    H.    Harrar)    37    E.    Fifth    St.,    Bloomsburg,    Fa. 

Brown,   Ira   S.,   -'12    Everett    Place,    E.    Rutherford,    N.   J. 

Fisher,    Margaret    E.,    .Nanticoke,    Pa. 

Gallagher.  Grace  U.  (Mrs.   L.   D.   Bvron).   155  W.   lf<8  .St.,  Xew  York  63.  X.  Y. 

Hess,   Hattie  I.   (Mrs.   S.    F.   Wilson),  476  Clinton   .Ave.   Newark.   .\.   J. 

Lewis,   Kate   (Mrs    J.   J.    Davies),    1017   Ridge    Row,   Scranton.    Pa. 

Magrady,   Frederick  W.,  501    West  Ave.,   Mt.   Carmel.   Pa. 

Miller.  J.  R..  "JfH   Park  St..  Scranton.   Pa. 

Mentzer.  Sudie  B.   I  Mrs.  J.    E.   Beck),   1.14  Clayton  .Ave.,  Waynesboro,   Pa. 

Moore.  Mary  A.   iMrs.  Tanbel)   1246  W.  Main  .St..  Xorristown,  Pa. 

Morrison,  Hannah  B.,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Pealer,  W.  Woodin,  Dr.,  527  W.  Diamond  Ave..  Hazleton,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1891 
Bogart.  Elsie  S.  (.Mrs.   Elsie  Tettimcrl.  .!435   Dcrrv  St.,   Harrisburg.   Pa. 
Crowl,  Mary  K.   (.Mrs.   Philip  CrimianI,  215   North  St.,  Harrisburg.   Pa. 

Devine,    Sarah    L.    429    Prospect    .Vve..    Scranton,    F'a. 

Dillon.  Alice  M.  I  Mrs.   Boyd  Furman),  168  E.  Fifth  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Gormley,    Edward   J.,    135    S.    Wyoming   Ave.,    Hazleton.    Pa. 

John,    Barton,   ,(11    Cnion   .Station.    Erie.    Pa. 

Kschinka,  Marie  W.  (Mrs.  Jack  Harman),  The  Knox  School,  Cooperstown,  X.  Y. 

Major,   C.   C,   .s()2   Sixth    .St..   .\mes,    Iowa 

Meyer.    Carrie    T.    (Mrs.    Joseph    Brunn).    395    Broome    St.,    New    York    City 

Reilly.    Agatha,    Honesdale,    Pa. 

Reilly,   E.  Regina   (Mrs.   P.  .A.   Carroll),  36  S.   Main  St.,  Carbondale,   Pa. 

Rinehart,   Harvey   B.,    125    E.   Main   St.,   Waynesljoro,   Pa. 

Ross.  Kate  R.    I  Mrs.   George   Wall),  534   Wyoming   .Ave.,   Kingston,   Pa. 

Shew,    Phoebe    i  Mrs.    Mark   Creasy).   384    East    St..    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Shook,  Julia  A.   iMrs.   Howard   Scott),   1941    Whitney  .\ve.,   Niagara  Falls,   X.  Y. 

Smith.    Elizabeth,    118    West    .Avenue.    Mt.    Carmel.    Pa. 

Spratt,   Mary  A.   I  Mrs.   .Allen   ,A.  Orr).  210  W.   .Market  St..   Lewistown.    Pa. 

Sutliff,    William    B.,  412   E.    Second   St.,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Turnbach,   William   A.,  815   W.    Diamond    .Ave..   Hazleton.    Pa. 

Weil.   Belle   i  M  r-.   Belle  Gratz).  .1988  —  49th  St..   Long   Island  4,   Xew  York 

Wenrich,   Ida  G.   (Mrs.   H.   T.   Bechtel).   Whitehall  .Apts.,   Haverford,   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1892 

Blair.   Grace  (Mrs.   Chas.   Kerstetteri.   }'^   .Mahoning  St.,  Milton.   Pa. 

Burrow,  Bertha  W.   (.Mrs.   D.  H.   .Martin).  ,1.527  Rutherford  St.,  Harrisburg.   Pa. 

Campbell,    Bertha    (Mrs.    Harvey    E.    (iarrison),    Montague    Rd.,    R.D.    Xo.    3 

liiiicrhamtiin.    N.    \". 
Chroslwaite,    Thos.,    Stock    &    Eichelberg    Sts.,    Hanover.    Pa. 
Crawford,    Alice    M.    (.Mrs.    Harrv    Pierce),    function    City,    Kansas 
Creveling.   Sue   R.    I.Mrs.   G.   W.    Miller),  315   Second   St..   Wealherlv,   Pa. 
Dempsey,  Marie  G.  (Mrs.  John  Ford).  60  Church  St..  Pittston,  Pa. 
Doney,    Ellen,    112   S.    Market    St.,    Shamokin.    Pa. 

Dougher,    Katie    (Mrs.    T.    F.    Fleming)    1240   Wyoming   .-Vve.,    Exeter,    Pa. 
Fairchild.    Edna   L.,   103   W.    Main    St.,    Nanticoke.    Pa. 
Fassett.    Mary    I.    (Mrs.    R.    S.    CVosbv).    Noxen.    Pa. 

Faus,  Eva   R.   Mrs.    E.    E.   McKelvy).  316  Montour  St.,  Montoursville,   Pa. 
Hawk.    Cady    I..    154    Willow    St.,    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Kitchen,   Anna   R.    (Mrs.   C.   C.  Creveling).   184   Rockford   St.,  Mt.   .Airy,    N.   C. 
Lagorce,     Margaret     A.     (Mrs.     S.     D.     Streeter),     3615     Edmunds     St..     N.     W. 

w.,~ii..  1).  c. 

Lannon,   Katie   A..   71    Second   Ave.,    Kingston.    Pa. 

L.attimore,     Pauline     L.     (Mrs.    Wm.     Doudent.     1840     Biltmore     St.,    Apt.     34. 

wrifh.,  n.  c. 

O'Donnel,   Lill-e  A.,  331    Green    St..   Scranton.    Pa. 

Pollock,  Mary  K.,  701  Mifflin  Rd..  Hays.  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Ransom,    Flora,    386   Rutter   .Ave..    K'ngston.    Pa. 

Tiffanv.    G.    W.    B.,    I.itt'r    York.    New     lersev 

Vincent.    Frederick,    l.iO   W.    River   St..   WilkesBarre,    Pa. 

Walter,   Ida  M.,  ("atawissa.  Pa. 

Young,   Louise    (Mrs.    Edw.    B.    Vanhorne).    .^6    Blvd.    Mo\nitain    Lakes.    X.    J. 

CLASS   OF    1893 

Badwin.  Maud  iMrs.  J.  F.  Newman).  Ceredo  &  Norfolks  Ave.,  West  Chester,  Pa. 

Bogenrief,   Margaret   M.,  •*39   Walnut    St.,    MilHinburg,    Pa. 

Bowersox,    Kate   S.,    780   Twentieth    N..    St.    Petersburg,    Fla. 

Buddinger,    Laura    (Mrs.    Laura    Schwartz).    6126    Lensen    .Ave.,    Germantown, 

I'hila..   Pa. 
Burke,   Anna  P.   (Mrs.  T.  F.   Flanagan).  293  X.  Main  St.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Burns.  Maud  (Mrs.  Rush  R.  Zarr).  R.D.  Xo.   1.   Box  271.  Bristol,   Pa. 
Conner.   Daniel    P.,  933   12th   -Ave..    Prospect    Park.    Pa. 

Coughlin.  Maggie  (Mrs.  T.  I.  O'Neill),  4926  X.   13lh  St..   Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Crow.    Harry    E.    Rev.,   725    X.    Fourth    St..    Reading,    Pa. 
Davis,    Mary    E..    Majtle    St.,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Donahue.  Julia   i.Mrs.    Frank  Danks).  28  X.   White  .St.,   .Shenandoah.   Pa. 
Drum.    Philip    L.,    415    Warren    .Ave.,    Kingston.    Pa. 
Fassett.  Emily   i  Mrs.   W.   B.   Rainsford).  Ind'an  Head,  Maryland 
Fenner,    Alice,    I'hoebe    Home.    .AUentown.    Pa, 

Fister,    Elizabeth    C.    (Mrs,    Frederick    .A,    Martin).    Oraneeville,    Pa. 
Girton.  Irene  L.  I  Mrs,  Samuel  T.  H,  Johnston).  217  W,  Fourth  St.,  Bloomsburg 
Hahn.    Nellie.    444    N,    Seventh    St..    AUentown,    Pa, 
Harden,    Edith   M.    (Mrs,    Bolton   Ciwn),   42    lames   St..    Kingston,   Pa. 
Hart,    John    C.    ?.!S    Carey    .Ave..    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 
Heaton,   Effie   I  Mrs.   H,   C,   Hooks).   Le  Clair   Hotel.   Moline.  III. 
Lloyd,    Vcma    iMrs.   C.    L,    Santee),   Wapwalloi>en.    Pa. 
McNinch.    Mary    E.,   256   West    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Miller,    Clarence    W..    Sybertsville.    Pa, 

Miles,   Julia    '.Mrs.    William    Scanlon),    12,1    S.    Tardin    St.,    Shenandoah.    Pa. 
Moran,  Lizzie  C.   (Mrs.   J,    F,   McDonnell).    Fairfax    Hotel.  43rd   &   Ix>cust.   Phila. 
Moss.   Louise   Olrs.    E,   -\,   Benson).  78   Maple   .Ave..   Tunkhannock.    Pa. 
Mumford,  Minnie  B.  I  Mrs.  CTias.  V.  Ingham).  30  Lathrop  Street.  Montrose.  Pa. 
Nichols.   Norma  B,   iMrs,  Wm.   L.  Davis').  812  Prescott  .Ave.,  Scranton.  Pa. 
Penman.    Minnie    G.,    95    Iron    St..    Bloomsburg.    Pa, 

Powell.  EliTabcth  (Mrs.  Elizabeth  Whitman),  25  Broome  St..  Binghamton.  X.Y. 
Santee,   Edna   A.   (Mrs.   .Adam   Hunlzinger),   1905   E.   20th   St..   Cleveland.  Ohio 
Stroud,  Leia  M.  (Mrs.  J.  H.  Vanloon).  203  Ashaland  .Ave..   Bloomsfield,  X.   T. 
Sullivan,  Mary  E.  'Mrs,  Ch^s.  GilmerV  2410  X.  Second  St,.  Harrisburg.  Pa. 
Thomas,   Hannah   (Mrs.    D.   H     Morcnn).   ll.W)  Hampton   St..  .Scranton.   Pa, 
Thomas,   Maggie   (Mrs.    W.   T,    Beck\  60   S,    Fourth   .St.,    Lewisburg,    Pa. 
Walize.    Arthur.    XM    Market    St  .    Harrisburg.   Pa, 
Williams,    Rurton,    ^tehoooany.    Pa, 
Williams,  Eleanor  (Mrs,  Richard  Roderick").  65  W,  t'nion  St.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1894 
Abbott,    Florence,   6108,    Carpenter    St..    I'hila,,    Pa. 

Appleman,  Lulu  (Mrs,  F,  H.  Brumstetter).  Lycoming  College,  Williamsport.  Pa. 
Beagle.   Willis   K.,   107   Seminarv   St,.   Williamsport.   Pa. 
Bell.  George  H..  R,   Xo,  4.  Spn'ngfield,  Ohio 
Booth.   Lizzie   G.,    Brockton,   Pa. 

Cannon,  Nettie  (Mrs.  E.   I.  Moore).  74  Park  Ave..  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Carr,  Teresa  G.  'Mrs,   T.  P.  Coslello).  418  W,  Oak  St„  Hazleton.  Pa. 
Carroll,    Belinda,    52    William    .St.,    Pittston,    Pa. 
Carter,    Maude,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Corgan,   Genevieve  (Mrs.   Richard  Sheridan).  298  E.   Main  St..  Xanticoke.  Pa. 
Davenport,   Blanche,   247  E.   Main   St.,   Plymouth,  Pa. 


Oetrick,   Flora,   R.   No.   1,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Ellsworth,   Adelaide   (Dr.   Adelaide   Ellsworth-Weston),   500   Pine   St.,   Jamestown, 

X    Y 
Espy,  Bertha,  One  Marbure  St.,  Towanda,  Pa. 

Espy,     Mary     L.     (Mrs.     Philip     C.     Stehlel,     612     Bridge     St.,     Towanda,     Pa. 
Fisher,  Corinda  S.  (Mrs.  Corinda  Mayer),  Sacramento,  Pa. 
Flanagan,  Anna,  205  Blackman  St.,  WilkesBarre,  Pa. 
Frymire,  Mary  L.  (Mrs.  Frank  Kirk),  Main  St.,  Watsontown,  Pa. 
Gaffikin,  Anna,  iiO  State  St.,  Xanticoke,  Pa 
Garrahan,  Margaret,  College  Misericordia,  Dallas,  Pa. 
Gemcn,  Minnie,  1002  Columbia  St.,  .Scranton,  Pa. 
Gibson,   Maude  A.    (Mrs.    C.   A.    Diefendorfer),    Moosic,   Pa. 
Grimes,  Byron  J.,  831  Oak  Hill  Ave..  Hagerstown,  Md. 
Hart,  David  A.,  K.  No.  2.  Wapwallopen,  Pa. 

Hehl,  Minnie  (.Mrs.  I.  \V.  Buckl,  458  Market  St..  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Hess,  Daisy  (Mrs.  6.  Z.  Kunzel,  59  Farley  Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J. 
Hubler,  Harry  C,  SOI  Meats  Bldg.,  .Scranton,  Pa. 
Hughes,  Sarah  J..  ,vl  Summer  Ave.,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Johns,  Ben  M.  Rev.,  Wilmington,  Del. 

Johnston,   Bertha  L.  (Mrs.  John  J.  Kelly),  23  N.  Laurel  St.,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Jones,    Hannah,    .Nanticoe,    Pa. 
Kline,  Mary,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Lynch,  Bessie  C.  (Mrs.  John  Redington),  Hotel  Redington,  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 
Mahon.  Josephine  (Mrs.  T.  L.  McGraw),  525  Monroe  Ave.,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Mandeviile,  Mollie  E.  (Mrs.  G.  S.  Wilsey),  R.  No.  3,  Franklin,  Pa. 
McLaughlin,  Anna  (.Mrs.  M.  T.  Burgin),  622  Fifth  St.,  N.  E.  Wash.,  D.  C. 
Minnich,  Meda  E.  (Mrs.  R.  H.  Smith).  Sybertsville,  Pa. 
Munroe,   Euphemia,   X.   Clturch   St..   Hazleton,   Pa. 
Nesbit,  Edith  M.,  131  Maple  St..  Milton.  Pa. 
Palmer,  Maggie,  3l6  W.  Center  St..  Shenandoah,  Pa. 
Pfahler,  Geo.  E.  Dr.,  1930  Chestnut  St.,  Phila..  Pa. 

uinn,  Bridget  Cecelia  (Mrs.  J.  E.  Keough),  St.  Xavier.  Mont. 
Rassier,  Mary,  3.^(1  W.  Coal  St.,  .Shenandoah,  Pa. 
Ruddy,  Lizzie  V.,  .Miners  Mills,  Pa. 

Scanlon,  Hannah  (Mrs.  Hannah  Dalton),  419  W.  Atlantic  St.,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 
Schappert,  Carrie  (Mrs.  Peter  Forve),  112  X.  Main  St..  Wilkes-Barie,  Pa. 
Sterling,  Bessie,  115  E.  Oak  St..  Pittston,  Pa. 
Sterner.  L.  P.  9  Rvers  .Ave..  Cheltenham,  Pa. 

Straw,  Anna  M.  (.Mrs.  C.  C.  Smith),  733  Wyoming  Ave..  Kingston.  Pa. 
Sutliff,  Fred  Dr.,  1901  Cayuga   St.,  Phila.,   Pa. 

Turner,  Bess  J.  (.Mrs.  Thomas  Howell),  237  Mowry  St.,  Danville.  Pa. 
Yocum,  S.  C,  "25  Orange  St..  Shamokin,  Pa. 

ClASS  OF   1895 
Andreas.  Margaret  (Mrs.  Jos.  Lindsay),  624  Front  St.,  Fveeland,  Pa. 
Birtley,  Nettie  (.Mrs.  Emil  C.  Xiemcycr),  .Mt.  Olive,  111. 

Blandford,  Jennie  (Mrs.  John  E.  Morris),  101  Washington  Ave.,  Edwardsville.  Pa. 
Bloss,  Nathan  W.,  R.  Xo.  1,  Wapwallopen,  Pa. 
Derr,   Charles   W.,   205   Sunbury   Street,    Riverside.    Pa. 
Derr,    Annie    F.    (Mrs.     Benjamiiie    \ansant).    Turbotville.    Pa. 
Detwiler,  Mary,   (Mrs.   F.    E.   Bader),   163   Main  Street,   PhoenixviUe,   Pa. 
Dougher,    Lizzie,    .Vvoca,    Pa. 

Downey,  Mary  L.,  (Mrs.  Sheeky),  1324  West   Hunting  Park  Avenue,   Phila.,   Pa. 
Durkin,   Julia   M.,    126   S.    Church    Street,    Hrzleton.    Pa. 
Eckroth,    Dr.    Howard   B.,    Mill    Street.    Danville.    Pa. 

Evans,  May,  (-Mrs.  J.  J.  John),  214  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Everett,  Mary  (Mrs.  Eugene  Carpenter^  664  Church  Lane,  Yeadon,  Pa. 
Fassett,    Fred    E.,    Wvalusing,    Pa. 

Ferguson,    Marie    (Mrs.    G.    W.    Scott),    351    West    Avenue,    Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 
Follmer,  Anna   (Mrs.  O.  G.  Hess),   Warren  Street.  Taft,  CaHfornia 
Gaf^kin,    Katherine,    Xanticoke.    Pa. 

Gallagher,   Genevieve,    (Mrs.    Wm.    Mundy),    1112    Wyoming   Ave..    Pittston,    Pa. 
Gallagher,    Dr.   James   U.,    11410    E.    Jefferson   Street,    Detroit,    Michigan 
Gilbert,  Laura   (Mrs.   Chajles   Kline).  347  Pine   .Street,  Catawissa,   Penna. 
Goyne,   Minnie   (Mrs.   Wilbur  Singley),   Second   and  James   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 
Hehl.  M.  Theresa  (Mrs.    E.   B.  Holmes).  128  West   Fourth  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Herron,  Mary  (Sr.   Mary   Eulalia),  College  Misericordia,  Dallas.   Pa. 
Jacobosky,    Rosa,    211    S.    Main    Street.    Wilkes    Barre.    Penna. 
Jacobs,  Ada  M.   (Mrs.   Wm.   H.   Colley),  236  Reynolds   Street,  Kingston,   Pa. 
Jones,   Hattie  W.   (Mrs.   D.   John    Price).   119  X.  Jardin  Street.  Shenandoah.   Pa. 
Laubach,    Merit    L.,    104    South    2l5t    Street,    Terre    Haute,    Indiana 
Lenahan,  Agnes  (Mrs.   Frank  Brown),  191   S.   Washington  St..  Wilkes-Barre  Pa. 
Lesher,   Elizabeth     (Mrs.   Thomas   Dunham),   Northumberland,   Pa. 
Lewis,    Harry    J.,    Trevorton,    Pa. 

Love,    Margaret     (Mrs.    W.    H.    Erower),   337    E.    Main    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Lowrie,  Mary     (Mrs.   Highbee),  31   Main   .Street,   Watsontown.   Penna. 
McHenry,  Lulu  M.  (Mrs.  W.  A.  Schlingman).  115  Carey  .\ve..  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Mackie,   Ruby     (Mrs.    Byron   G.   Vanhorn)   22   Engle   Street,   Englewood,   X.   J. 
Malloy,   Bina   (Mrs.   Edward  J.  Ryan),   113  W.   Pine  Street,   Mahanoy   City.   Pa. 
Meyers,    Stella   G.,    553    Locust    Street,    Hazleton.    Penna. 
Morgan,   Mamie   E.,   427   South   Main   Avenue,   Scranton,    Penna. 
Mover,      Sara      (Mrs.      S.      M.      BrayX     481      Bnck      Street.      Hellertown.      Pa. 
Nichols.  Florence  (Mrs.  G.   F.  McGu're).  497  Wyoming  Avenue.  Wyoming,   Pa. 
Norman,   Geor<»e,    Box   S.    Fairvi'le.    Penna. 

Pendergasl,    Mar",   918    Xorth    Sixth    Street,    Harrisburg,    Pa. 
Readier,   Calvin   P.,    R.    D.    Nescopeck.    Pa. 

Richards,   Anna  C.   (.Mrs.    A.   G.   Isaacs).  317   Clay   Avenue,   Scranton,    Pa. 
Romberqer,    Martha    (Mrs.    Simon    Fickinger).    Elizabethville.    Pa. 
Roth,   Edward,   335    West   Main   Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Sharpless,  Julia   (Mrs.   Wm.   Fegley),   165   E.   Walnut   Lane.   Germantown.    Pa. 
Sidler,    Anna    (Mrs.    P.    M.    Ikeler).    R.    D.    No.    2.    Danville.    Pa. 
Smith,  Nellie  L  (.Mrs.   T.  C.  Sweffenheiser).  W.  4th  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Stauffer,    Claude    M.,   (M9    Highland    Avenue,    Bethlehem,    Pa. 
Swalm,    Florence,    929    Line    Street.    Sunbury.    Pa. 
Swank,   William   W.,   27   Dorrance   Street,   Kingston,   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1896 
Barton,   Harry   S.,   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Bell,  Mary  F.  (Mrs.  W.  Ferguson).  .Scobey.  Mont. 

Best,   J.  Sluman,   Idaho  Central   Building   No.   25.   Idaho   Falls,   Idaho 
Bowman,  Vida   (Mrs.   P.   L.   Drum),  415  Warren  .-\venue.   Kingston,   Pa. 
Boyer.    Charles    L,    432    Market    Street,    Lewisbiirg.    Pa. 
Capwell,   Minnie    (Mrs.    F.    M.    Stark).    821    Bushkill    Street.    Easton.    Pa. 
Carpenter,    Harriet,    404    Center    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Carpenter,    Helen,    404    Center    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Carter,    Nellie,    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Casey,   Tillie   (Mrs.   E.   J.   Pursell),  345   W.   Highland  Avenue,   Lakeland,    Fla. 
Chase.  Marion   (Mrs.   R.  E.  Xeumeyer),  452  X^.   Xew  Street,   Bethlehem,   Pa. 
Cope,   Hettie   (Mrs.   Whitney),  3310  Avalon   Road,   Shaker   Heights   20,   O. 
Drum,    Nora,    Drums,    Pa. 
Duggan.   Nellie,   Nicholson.   Pa. 

Eason,  Louise  (Mrs.  T.  Hefferman),  Marion  Apts.,  N.  Franklin  Street,  Wilkes- 
Barie.    Pa. 
Fox,    J.   Sharpless,   5617   Dorchester   .\venue,    Chicago,   111. 
Gable,    Harry,    Hamburg,    Pa. 

Garrison,    Gertrude,    108   N.    Vaughn    Street.    Kingston.    Pa. 
Gernon,   Cora    (Mrs   James   W'vnkoop),    1002   Columbia   Ave.,    Scranton,    Pa. 
Good,    Luella    (Mrs.    Harry    Polkamus),    85    W.    Dorrance    Street,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Houtz,    Alfred    B.,    125    loth    Avenue,    X.E..    St.    Petersburg,    Fla. 

Hughes,    Edward,    753    X.    Main    Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Hughes,   Stella   M.    (Mrs.    Irvin   Davis),   4211    Kissenas    Blvd.,    Flushing.    N.Y. 

Jones,   Martha   (.Mrs,    S.    F.   Saums),    118   Warren   Street,   W.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Kistner,  Charlotte  (Mrs.  Wm.  H.  Ladewick),  85  Court  Street,  Saratoga  Springs, 

X.    V, 
Kitchen,    Florence    (Mrs.    Clinton    FoUmer),    Pasco,    Wash. 
Knox,    Elizabeth    S.,    259    Boas    Street,    Harrisburg,    Pa. 

Lins,    Florence    (.Mrs.    D.    W.    Arndt),    15    East    Water    Street,    Lock    Haven,    I'a. 
Lodge,   Margaret,  261   Green   Street,   Mifflinburg,    Pa. 
May,  Inez,  ^s  .S,   Main  Street,  Mahanoy   City,   Pa. 
Miller,    Charles    W.,    5173    Hallwood    Avenue,    Riverside,    Calif. 
Miller,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Frank  Eyer),  266  Mirror  Lake  Dave,  St.  Petersburg,  Fla. 
Monahan,    Rose,    440    Carey    .-Vvenue,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Moore,    Mary    V.,    3021    McElderrv    Street.    Baltimore,    Md. 

Moran,  Julia  C.    (Mrs.   Will   Gritman).  242   N.    Washington   Street.   Wilkes-Barre 
Morse,  Gertrude  (Mrs.   Frank  H.  Strouss),  207  West  Third  St.,   Mt.  Carmel.   Pa. 
Moyer,    Alvin,    Xcscopeck,    Pa. 
Moyer,    Mira,    lilonmsburg.    Pa. 

Muir,    Alice,    Ids    Chestnut    Street,    Shamokin.    Pa. 

Muir,    Gertrude    (Mrs.    J.    T.    Ramage).    S3    Third    Street,    Bluefield,    W.    V'a. 
Nance,  Ethel  V.  (.Mrs.  G.  Walter  Chambers),  (fl2  E.  River  Street,  Anderson,  S.C. 
Oliver,   Gertrude   (Mrs.   Ed.   Saums),  280   E.    Northampton  Street,    Wilkes-Barre 
Rees,  Gertrude  (Mrs.  Ray  W.   Hartman),  1113  W.  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Reimensnyder,  Daisy   (Mrs.   I.   R.  Teitsworth).   Wyoming  .\venue,   Kingston,   Pa. 
Rosser,    Jane,    'J    South    Maple    Avenue,    E.    Orange.    N.    J. 
Ruggles,  Emma   ( Mrs. ,  Starr),  56  Walnut  Street,   Forty  Fort,   Pa. 
Seely,   Minnie    (Mrs.   John    W.   Thomas)   222   E.    Seventh   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 
Sharpless,  Julia  (Mrs.  Wm.  Eagerly),  165  East  Walnut  Lane,  Germantown,  Pa. 
Shoemaker,    Bertha    (Mrs.    Wm.    Harris),   373    William    Street,    Edgemere    Hotel, 

Ea^t    (  Iranpe.    X.    J. 
Shuman,    Warren    (Dr.),    Jersey   Shore,    Pa. 
Smethers,  Dr.  A.  L.,  612   E.   River  Street,  Anderson.   S.   C. 
Smith,    Mida   D.,    743    W.    Clinton    Street.    Elmira.    X.    Y. 
Stark,    Charlotte    H.,    175    Madison    Street,    Wilkes  Barre,    Pa. 
Swartz,    Myrtle    (Mrs.    Frank   VanWie),    Burdett,    N.    Y. 
Trevaskis,  Anna  (Mrs.  N.  C.  Klinetob),  519  E.  Eighth  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Vance,    Bessie    (Mrs.    Willis   M.    DeMott,    Millville.    Pa. 
VanLoan,    Lenore,    12    Amsby    Street,    Binghamton,    X.    Y. 
Wilson,    Jessie    (.Mrs.    Geo.    Stewart).    Beirut.    Svria 
Winter.  Rachel  i:Mr^.  S.  T.  Pratt).  270  E.  Broad  Street.  Xanticoke,  Pa. 
Yost,  Mabel  G.  (Mr^,  Oiarles  H.  Hall).  551  Montgomery  Avenue,  West  Pittston 
Zehner,    S.    Elizabeth    (Mrs.    Harry    E.    Keiper),    Rock    Glen,    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1897 

Appleman.    Charles   O.    (Dr.).    400   Calvert    Road.    College    Park.    Md. 

Beishline,  Amy  V.  (Mrs.  W.   F.  Thomas),  820  New  Street,  Bethlehem,  Pa. 

Bonner,    James   J.,    126    S.    CTiurch    .Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Bodmer,  Susan  B.  (Mrs.  Walter).  2416  Kensington  Ave.,  Apt.  2  Nashville,  Tenn. 

Brace,   John   S.,    K,    1).    Xo.   2.   Tunkhannock,   Pa. 

Brown,   Dr.   Harry  A.,   Lehman,    Pa. 

Brugler.  Martha  T.  (-Mrs.  Harrv  Creasv),  153  Caroline  Street,  Saratoga  Springs, 

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Dailey,    Elizabeth   (Mrs.   George  Curran),  60  Gaylord  Avenue,   Plymouth,   Pa. 
Davis,    Bess,    24    S.    Washington    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Dix,   Vertie  K.   (Mrs.    Tames  H.   Fuller"),   1657  Capouse  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Eckroth,  May  B.  (Mrs.   H.  L.   Shannon).  Mifflinville.  Pa. 
Edmunds,  Miriam  (Mrs.  C.  H.  Rohlands),  9  Mount  Greenwood  Road,  Trucksville, 

Edwards,   Anna   (Mrs.   P.   H.   Conner),  85  \'an  Leew  Avenue,   Mellbourn,   X.   J. 
Gelnett,    Harvey,    Swineford,    Pa. 

Gilchrist,   Jessie,   41    S.    Richmond   Avenue,    Atlantic    City,    X.    J. 
Good,   Mary,   W.iowallopen,    Pa. 

Headings,  Amy  (Mrs.   W.   J.   McXitt),  Milroy.   Pa. 
Hess,  Dr.  D.  M.,   Washingtonville,  Pa. 

Houck,  George  W.,  218  S.  Franklin  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Huber,   Dora   1.    (Mrs.    Ely).   558   X.    Vine   Street,    Hazleton,   Pa. 
James,  Anna  (Mrs.  James  Jones),   II  Oay  Street,  LeRoy,  X'.  V. 
James,  Elizabeth,  Darling  P.  O.,  Delaware  County,   Pa. 
Johnson,   Louie  H.,   54   King   Street,    Northumberland,    Pa. 

Keiper,   Maud   (  Mrs.   James  W.   Hough),  29  N.   West   Street,   Shenandoah,   Pa. 
Kelly,    Bertha,   "11    W.    Elm    Street,    Scranton,    Penna. 
Kressler,    Samuel,    Berwick.    Penna. 

Leaw,  Grace   Paul   (Mrs.   Charles   Miller).   5173  Hallwood   .\ve..  Riverside,  Calif. 
Lendrum,    Grace    (Mrs.    John    H.    Coxe),    12    X.    Pleasant    St.,    Norwalk,    O. 
Lloyd,    Carrie    B.    (Mrs.    George    Gellatt),    Thompson.    Pa. 
Low,    Zerbin,    ( irangeville.    Pa. 

Lowrie.    Blanche,   21    Main   Street,   Watsontown,    Pa. 
Martin,  Eva,  740  W.  Diamond  Avenue,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

McCullough,  Emily  (Mrs.  John  Landis)  401  S.  Market  Street,  Mechanicsburg,  Pa. 
McLinn,  Ada  M.  (Mrs.  Robert  D.  CHare),  Shirley  Court  Apts.,  Box  204,  Upper 

Darl.v,    Pa, 
Meixell,  Mae,  225  E.  Second  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Menzies,  Jean   (Mrs.    Frank  L.   Scott),   Linstead  on  the  Severn,   Severna   Park, 

Moyer,    Elizabeth    (Mrs.    H,    R,    Kreider),   3902   Homewood   Avenue,    Toledo.    O. 
Moyer,    Mabel,    370    West    Third    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Munro,    Foster   C,    Latrobe.    Pa. 

Ohl.    Rev.   Arthur  C,   206   Jlain   Street.   Traope.    Md. 
Pettibone,  Leonora  L.,  936  Wyoming  Ave.,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Prutzman,   Minnie   E.    (Mis.    J.    B.    Robinson),    134   N.   Jefferson    .\ve.,    .-Mlentown 
Richards,   Kiler,   .Mderson,    Pa, 

Robison,  Bessie  (Mrs.  Jno.  D.  Butzner),  1713  Sunken  Road,  Fredericksburg,  Va. 
Rollison,    Ora    (^Irs.    Ralph    W.    Sands),    .307    Maple    Avenue,    Hawley,    Pa. 
Rosser,   Richard,   26   Pierce   Street,    Kingston,    Pa. 
Sands,  Ralph  W.,  307  Maple  .-Avenue.  Hawlev.  Pa. 

Savidee,   Mary    E.    (Mrs.    .\bram   E.    ColvinV    Fourth    &   Lincoln   St..   Milton.    Pa. 
Seely,  Leslie  B.,  .5918  Pulaski  Avenue,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Seelv,  Mary,  208  Pine  Street,   Berwick.   Pa, 

Smith,  Isabel  (Mrs.  Thomas  York),  118  West  Avenue.  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 
Umstead,  Nora  (Mrs.  Hendrickson).  R.  D.,  Danville.  Pa. 
Von    Dorster,    Herbert    R.,    Sunbury.    Pa. 

Veale,    Mary    E.    (Mrs.    Thomas    Probert).   334   E.    Elm   Street,   Hazleton,   Pa. 
Welliver,  Curtis,   230   E.    Fourth    Street.   Berwick,    Pa. 

Welliver,  Theodosia  (Mrs.  J.  H.  Hackett).  216  Race  St..  Sunbury.  Penna. 
Wetterau,   Matilda   (Mrs.    Tames   Pennington).   1103   W.   State  St..   Trenton,   X.  J. 
WUIiams,  Mary  J.  (Mrs.  Edward  S.  Gething),  139  E.  Broad  St..  Xanticoke,  Pa. 
Williams,  Ruth  (Mrs.  Robert  J.  Henry),  6600  N.   Seventh  St.,  Oak  Lane,  Phila. 
Wilson,  Elsie,  llartleton.  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1898 

Armstrong,   Margaret    (Mrs,    D,    R,    Danit-K)   94   Bedford   Street,   Forty   Fort,    Pa. 

Bachman,    Florence    E.,    .127    Kidder    Street.    Wilkes    Barre,    Pa. 

Balliett,    Blanche    P.,    639    Market    Street,    Williamsport,    Pa. 

Barrett,   Margaret,    Carlisle   Street.   Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Bennetts,    Katharine    Ivey,    418    Bloom    Street.    Danville.    Pa. 

Bentzel,    Flora   Bell,    1009   X.    Second    Street.    Harrisburg.    Pa. 

Brader,   Laura  Adaline   (Mrs.   C.   J.    Shaffer),   504   E.    Fifth   St.,   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Broadbent,   Henry,    1415   Xew   York   Avenue,   X.   W.,   Washington,   D.   C. 

Burke,    Margaret,   Tinlon   .-\ve.    ,S;    E.    161st    Street,    Xew    York   City. 


Butts,  Henry  T.,   I'hiin*.   Pa. 

Cherrington.    Ira    C,    MA    X.    Fulton    Street,    .Mlentowii.    P:i. 
Coleman,    Katherine    L.    (Mrs.    H.    Anwyll).    IJI    Pine    Street,    Harrishurg,    P:i 
Collins,  Margaret  (.VIi>.  J.   P.  Rolicrtsl.  906  E.   Maliinung  St.,  Punxsutawney.   I'a. 
Conner,    Frances   R.,    (Inuclu-r   CulleKe.    Baltimore,    Md. 
Dawson,    Blanche   G.,    10,i    K.    Hamilloii    Street,    State   College,    Pa. 
Davies,  Hannah  E.  (Mrs.    lohn  M.  Hough),  21  W.  Centre  Street,  Shenan<l..ah.   Pa. 
Eves,    Edith    Y.    I  Mrs.    J.    W.    Uiddle)    Millville,    Pa. 
Forsythe,    Jane    Curry,    .Vorthuniberland,    Pa. 

Geisl,  Verda  iMis,   \\  .  .M.  Haas),  135  S.  Hickory  Street,  Mt.  CarTurl,   Pa. 
Giles,    Maude,   ii-4    K.    lohnson   Street,    Phila.   44,    Pa. 

Hawke,  Mabel  L.  (Mrs.  \V.   R.  Anthony),  -ib  E.  Main  Street,  Nanticokc,  Pa. 
Heffernan,   Mary   E.   (Mrs.    Daniel    E.   Foley),   ()1.!   -N.   Irving  Ave.,   Scranton,    Pa. 
Herrold.    Thomas,    Port    Trevorton,    Pa. 
Hicks,    Elsie   Ethel,    Kspv,    Pa. 

Hill.    Mary    J.    I.Mrs.    Xelson    Clark),   614    \V.    Diamond    Ave.,    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Hower,  John  S.,    1924   Holland  Avenue,  Utica,   N'.   V. 
Ikeler,   Irma    (Mrs.    Frank   Steadman)   Shuler  House,   Pottstown,    Pa. 
Kelly,   Margaret   V.,   Dunmore,    I^a. 

Kempfer,  Amelia  (^Irs.    f.   Kimber  Levan),  17  Louther  Street,  Carlisle,   Pa. 
Kimble,   Eleanor  S.   (Mrs.    B.    H.    Dittrichl,  402   E.   Main   Street,   Union,   N.    Y. 
Kreisher,  Oren,   I.cwishurg,   Pa. 
Krum,  Grace,  .s.^O  .Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Lamoreaux,  Louise  (.Mrs.  Sherman  Richards),  440  Main  Avenue,  Weston,  \V.  \'a. 
Lawrence,    B.    Grace,    117    Chestnut    Avenue,    Narberth,    Pa. 
Levan,    Elmer,    R.    D.    Xo.    3.    Catawissa,    Penna. 
McArt,    Mary,    .100    Philadelphia    Avenue,    W.    Pittston,    Pa. 
Millington,  Bessie  (Mrs.   \V.  C.   Xorton),  S.   Franklin  St.,   Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 
Nichols,  Carrie  Alberta,  71    Lockhart   Street,   Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Noss,   Gertrude   L.    (.Mrs.    C.    E.   Austni),    \13   Spring    Street,    West    Pittston,    Pa. 
Opiinger,   Galen   L,   (kU    N.    Eighth    Street,   AllentoWTl,    Pa. 
Poole,   Anna  B.   (Mrs.   E.   C.   Low),  306  S.   Hyde   Park  Ave.,   Scranton.  Pa. 
Pursel,  Josephine   (Mrs.    M.    E.   Conner),   Benton,    Pa. 
Reynolds,    Nellie    M.,    S04    Hazle    Avenue,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Rinker,    Gertrude    M.,    623    Eighth    Street,    Prospect     Park,    Pa. 
Robbins,  Auber  J.,  .Market  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa.  , 

Russell,  Sarah  H.,  1(>  Third  Street,  Watsontown,  Pa. 
Seely,  Bertha  Viola,  K.  D.  Xo.  1,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Shepherd,  Minnie  M.,  (Mrs.  E.  E.  Wertman),  Flagler  Apts..  W.   !';ilni   Beach,  Fla. 
Shipe,  Amos  E.,  .Sunbury,  Pa. 

Simon,  Anna,  JS4  Eastern  Parkway,  Brooklyn,  X.  Y. 
Smith,  Stuart  Samuel,  347  Second  Street,  Northumberland,  Pa. 
Stumpf,  Catharine  A.,  S29  Church  Street.  Hazelton,  Pa. 
Swank,  Clara  M.,  Wapwallopen,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Cora  S.  (Mrs.  F.  D.  Burgess),  77  James  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Tobin,  Mary  B.,  (Mrs.  Pitner),  17S6  Columbia  Road,  Wash.,  D.  C. 
Weaver,  Charles  H.,  515  S.  River  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Williams,  Joyce,  (Mrs.  Evans),  Wyoming,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1899 

Bowman,  Emory  L,  620  Oglethorpe  Street.  X.  W..  Wash.,  D.  C. 

Burns,  Benjamin  F.,  182  Orange  Street,  Xortliumberland,  Pa. 

Carpenter,  Perry  A.,  Rochester  High  School.  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Church,  Lillian  (Mrs.  .Sydney  Dearborn),  Waverly,  Pa. 

Creasy,  Charles,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Creveling,  Bessie,  714  East  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Curtis,  Edith,  4112  Summit  Avenue,  Westfield,  N.  J. 

Conlan,  Veronica  (Mrs.  (George  Holliday),  3217  Garner  Avenue,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Dennis,  Lindley  H.,  1010  \'ermont  Avenue,  N.  W.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Ellsworth,  Minnie,  Sliavertown,  Pa. 

Dodson,  Martha  E.,  R.  D.  Xo.  1.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Flick,  Carrie  (Mrs.   I.  C.  Redline).  R.  D.  Xo.  5,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Fortune,  Margaret  (Mrs.  C.  L.  Eves),  1936  X.  Park  Avenue,  Phila..  Pa. 

Fritz,  F.  Herman,  4  East  Parkway  Avenue,  Chester,  Pa. 

Gager,  E.  Prosper,  R.  D.  Xo.  1.  Allendale,  X.  T. 

Gass,  Hilda  S.  (Mrs.  Smith),  49  Tenth  Street,  Sunbury,  Pa. 

Griffith,  Nellie  (Mrs.  tiay),  53  Vaughn  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Hankee,  Mae  i  .Mrs.  J.  J.  Brandon),  215  Montgomery  Avenue.  W.  Pittston.  Pa. 

Harrison,  Minnie  (Mrs.  E.  P.  Gager),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Allendale,  X.  .T. 

Hart,  Lloyd,  513  East  Fourth  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Heist,  Mabel  (Mrs.  Henry  Clayberger).  Edison  Villa,  Apt.  1-A,  Stockton,  Calif. 

Hess,  Oliver  P.,  415  South  Street.  DuBois,  Pa. 

Hidlay,  Lillian  (.Mrs.  Herbert  W.  Scott),  4.i7  East  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hollopeter,  Cunia  (.Mrs.  H.  M.  Persing).  7631  Gilbert  Street,  Phila.  19,  Pa. 

Hughes,  Laura  (.Mrs.  Richard  Lewis),  307  X.  Summer  Ave.,  .Scranton,  Pa. 

Keeler,  Ray,   Be^iton,   Pa. 

Kiefer,  Charles,  517  Washington  Avenue.  Walla  Walla.  Wash. 

Kohl,  Bessie  (.Mrs.  Wm.  Park),  510  Towanda  Street,  White  Haven,  Pa. 

Latimer,  Emily,  62  S.  Sherman  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Laubach,  John,  Carter,  Choteau  County.  Mont. 

Lutz,  Jennie  B.,  133  Herr  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

McHenry,  Arthur  R.,  376  Parker  Avenue.  Buffalo.  N.  V. 

Miller,  Lulu  (.Mrs.  John  Hower).  1924  Holland  Avenue.  Utica.  .X.  V. 

Morris,  Gertrude,  130  East  67th  Street,  New  York  City. 

Morton,  Jennie  E.  (Mrs.  Harry  Wildrick),  85  X.  Vaughn  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Mitchell,  Mary  A.  (Mrs.  Charles  Vermorel),  1000  Park  Street.  Hollywood.  Fla. 

Nyce,  Emma  S.  (Mrs.  C.  C.  Ellis),  Juniata  College,  Huntington,  Pa. 

Oldfield,  Sarah  E.,  Hawley,  Pa. 

O'Malley,   Sadie   (Mrs.   Thomas  F.  Hanahue),  530  Clay  Avenue,  .Scranton.   Pa. 

Pace,  James  W.,  Lee  Park,  Hanover  Twp..  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Pettibone,  Elizabeth  H.  (.Mrs.  E.  B.  Gregory),  116  Linden  Street.  W.  Pittston.  Pa. 

Price.  J.  Herbert,  210  Browning  Road,  Collingswood,  N.  J. 

Quick.  William  J.,  526  Fairmont  Street.  Westfield,  N.  J. 

Redline,  John  C,  R.  D.  .No.  5,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Reynolds,  Bessie,  .South  Gibson.  Pa. 

Rhoads,  Ray  i  .Mrs.  Thomas  Flanagan),  3211  W.  Penn  Street,  Germantown,  Pa. 

Richards,  Eugene  K.,   Elysburg,  Pa. 

Roberts,  Emma  (Mrs.  B.  C.  Severance),  107,34  Lindbrook  Drive,  Los  Angeles,  Calif. 

Sandoe,  Anna  (  .Mrs.  J.  C.  Hake),  207  S.  Connecticut  Avenue,  Atlantic  City,  X.  J. 

Shaffer,  Rush,  R.  D.   No.  4,  Danville.  Pa 

Shuman.  Matilda  (Mrs.  Benjamin   Barndt).  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Smith.  Jennie  C.  (Mrs.  Clinton  C.uillotl.  Bushkill.  Pa. 

Smith,  Mary  E.  (.Mrs.  S.  B.  Slusser).  R.  D.  Xo.  1.  Xescopeck.  Pa. 

Sullivan.  Joanna.  SOS  Mulberry  .Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Vallade,  Julia  H.,  1102  Sixteenth  Avenue.  .Mtoona,  Pa. 

Welliver,  Edna  (Mrs.  Burton  Fortner),  232  Leonard  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Williams,  Irene  (Mrs.  Wm.  A.  Evans),  :f-,2  .N.  Hanover  Street,  Pottstown,  Pa. 

Yearick,  Harry  F.,  2419  Herr  Street.  Harrisburg.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1900 
Albert.  Mary  E.  (Mrs.  J.  V.  Glenn).  Ill  Chestnut  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Appenzeller,  Emily,  8  W.  Front  Street,  E.  Mauch  Chunk,  Pa. 
Beagle,  Jennie  (Mrs.  W.  C.  LeachI,  432  S.  Mc.-\rthur  Street,  Macomb,  111. 
Beiswinger,  Minnie  (Mrs.   lohn  .Armslrong).  64  Wood  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Bogenrief,  Mary  (Mrs.  Leslie  Seelv),  .WIS  Pulaski  .-\venue,  Phila.,  Pa. 
Bontz,  Edna  (.Mrs.  Ralph  Hassler),  198  Hilf  Street,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
Boyle,  Mary,  137  S.  Wyoming  Street,  Hazlelon,  Pa. 
Brandon,  W.  Clair,  Stockton,  .Md. 

Buck,  Louisa  (Mrs.   David   Lewis),   .Millport.  Pa. 

Burgess,  Lottie  (Mrs.  Harry  Maue),  513  W.  Diamond  Ave.,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Butts,  Ida  (.Mrs    .Morse),  35  X.  Walnut  Street,  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Bywater,  Anna,  254  N.   Main  .Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Carl,  George  W.,  .-Xshland,   Pa. 

Clark,  Mary  J.  (Mrs.  Wilmer  Hunter),  R.  I).  Xo.  2,  Lambert sville.  .N.  J. 

Confer,  Clyde,  R.  1),  No.  1.  Watsontown,  Pa. 

Cope.  A.  P.,    I'lilcksviUe,  Pa. 

Cortright,  Lawrence,  2935  .Nicholas  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Costello,  Michael,  1428  W.  .\rch  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Cummings,  Josephine  M.,  .t(o2  Brisbane  Street,  Paxtang,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Davis.  Bessie  (Mrs,  Robert  II.  Carson).  812  X.  Main  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Dietrick,  Charlotte  I.,  225  S.  .Maple  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Devers,  Sallie  V.,  22i  Ejist  Coal  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Ent,  Minnie  E.  (.Mrs.  Ross  Marley),  Liberty  Street.  Bloomfield.  .N.  J. 

Evans,  Elizabeth  (.Mrs.  Arthur  Eves).  South  Range,  Wis. 

Fausold,  Grace  (Mrs.  llarncr),  R.  D.  Xo.  2,  T.atrobe,  Pa. 

Feidt,  Alice,  2.!6  North  Street,  .Millersburg,   Pa. 

Finnigan,  Kate  I.,  20  S.  Gilbert  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Furman,  Clora  G.,  221  West  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Gloman,  Caroline,  22  Carlisle  .Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Gordner,  Lillian  M.  'Mrs.  Cieorgc  Baker).  265  W.  Main  Street,  Moorcstown,  -N.  J. 

Gorrey.  Katherine  (.Mrs.  Thomas  Carlin).  444  VanBurcn  Street,  Gary,  Ind. 

Greismer,  Anna  M.,  29  William  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Harris,  Frank  C,  ( )rangeville.  Pa. 

Harris,  Sara  (.Mrs.  A.  E.  Chipman),  Seaford,  Del. 

Harvey,  Ellen  (.Mrs.  W.  Zimmerman),  .576  N.  Vine  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Hassler,  Blanche  (.Mrs.   E.   F.  Cowell).  16  Mallcry  Place,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Henderson,  Carolyn  (Mrs.  John  Hourigan),  N.  Main  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Hoffman,  Katharine,  538  .\.  .Ninth  Street,  Lebanon,  Pa. 

Holderman,  Bertha  A.,  116  X.  Jackin  Street.  Shenandoah.  Pa. 

Housel,  Grace  (.Mrs.  Church),  141  West  First  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hughes,  Mary  O.  (.Mrs.  Walter  Garmanl,  605  Fourth  Street,  W.  Pittston,  Pa. 

Isaacs,  Albert  G.,  317  Clay  Avenue,  Scranton.  Pa. 

Jones,  Elsie  E„  c/o  Talgren,  Willow  Street.  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Jones.  Helen  (Mrs.  Mainwaring),  67  E.  Pettebone  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

John,  Mary  A.  (Mrs.  J.  O.  Heritage).  Mullica  Hill.  .N.  J. 

Keifer,  Harry,  R.  D.  Xo.  5,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Kester,  Mary  (Mrs.  Howard  .Shoemaker),  Williamstown,  N.  J. 

Killmer,  Miles,  i.l  Crest  Drive,  South  Orange,  X.  J. 

Kirk.  Julia,  115  W.  Coal  Street.  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Kitchen,  Lena  M.  (Mrs.  John  Bateman),  Elwell,  Mich. 

Klingerman,  J.  E.,  R.  I).  Xo.  1.  Winchester.  Virginia 

Kramer,   Emma  (.Mrs.   Walter  Andrews),  431    E.   Washington  St..   Slatington.   Pa. 

Landis,  S.  B.,  4912  .N.  Sinedley  Street,  Phila.,  Pa. 

Lewis,  Edna  (.Mrs.   I.  R    Jones),  716  S.  Main  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Lins,  Olive  A.,  12020  Lake  Avenue.  Suite  504  Lakewood  7.  Ohio 

Lowrie  Anna  (Mrs.  T.  C.  Welles).  .52  Main  Street.  Watsontown.  Pa. 

MacCrory.  Louise  (Mrs.  E.  P.  Corty),  1418  OHvc  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

McConnell,  Ruth,  21   Ross  Slieet,  Ashley,  Pa. 

Miller,  Mary  M.  (Mrs.  J.  H.  Oliver).  746  Webster  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Monahan,  Margaret,  Spring  Street,  Ashley.  Pa. 

Monahan,  Nora  A.,  440  Carev  Avenue,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Mowery,  Guy  A.,  Dnnville.  Pa.  (R.  D.  Xo.  4). 

Moyer,  Ulysses  A.,  Huntingdon,  Pa. 

O'Brien,  Anna  D.,  93  Dana  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Oliver,  Joseph  Hayden,  746  Webster  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Powell,  Emma,  125  South  West  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Reckhow,  Edith,  Great    Bend,  Pa. 

Ritchie,  Nellie,  Corner  of  Madison  and  Beaumont  Streets,  Wilkes-Barre.  la. 

Robert,  Jane,  l(fl  East  Broad  St.,  Nanticoke,  Pa.  .      „       o,  j     i     n 

Schmidt,  Mary  M.  (Mrs.  Charles  Knapp),  120  South  White  St.,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Seesholtz,  Leona  (Mrs.  W.  C.  VVenner),  Stillwater,  Pa. 

Shuman,    Alda    (Mrs.    George    Xelson),    Box    215,    Los    Xetos,    tahf. 

Smith,  Laura,  ,f25  .South  Street.  Mauch  Chunk,  Pa. 

Snyder,  Glenmore  N.,  211  Eighth  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.        

Solomon,   Anna   (Mrs.    A.    P.    Rubrecht).  705   N.   63rd  Street.    Philadelphia,    la. 

Speaker,  Grace  G.  I.Mrs.  William  Wilkinson),  Newark,  Del. 

Tobias,  Raymond,  33-.!5  East  Third  Street.  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Treon,  Carrie,  337  West  Third  Street,  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Turner,  George  W.,  61  Shoemaker  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Vincent,  Elizabeth  L.,  4001  19th  Place,  X.  E.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Wallace,  Carolyn  (Mrs.  Harrv  Harman),  Roycroft  Blvd.,  .Snyder.  N.  i. 

Watkins,    William   H.,   23    South    61st    Street,    Philadelphia,    Pa-. 

Welliver,  Irene  (Mrs.  Oliver  Klingerman).  Jefferson  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Wiehtman.  Phoebe  (Mrs.  A.  F.  John),  221  West  Avenue,  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Williams.  Mary  (Mrs.  .-Vrtliur  Llovd).  4.56  Market  Street.  Kingston.  Pa. 

Zehner,   Lydia    (Mrs.    F.    A.    Shuman).    R.    D.    No.    3,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
CLASS   OF    1901 

Abbott.  Esther  (Mrs.  Benjamin  Keist).  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Aikman,  H.  B.,   Lime  Ridge.  Pa. 

Albert,  Keller  B.,  Box  764,  Reading,  Pa. 

Albertson,  E.  Joe,  !i04  Xelson  .\venue.  Peeksklll,  X.\  .  ,,      ,  ,  „ 

Altmiller,  Adele  G.  (Mrs.  George  Burkhardt).  154  S.  Cedar  Street,  Hazleton.   la. 

Baker.  Gerdon,  1250  Wyoming  Avenue,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Bitlenbender,  Harriet,  405  Pine  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Brobst    Lucy  H.  (Mrs.  l.ucv  Kline).  225  West  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Burke,  Anna,  The  Cnivdon,  12  East  86th  Street.  New  York  25.  N.  \. 

Burns,  Genevieve,  321(.  X.  Fourth  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa.  .     ,       „ 

Challenger,  Mary  (.Mrs.  Tohn  Griffith).  100  W.  Main  Street.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Conaton,  Mary,  130  S.  Main  Street,  Carbondale.  Pa. 

Cook,  Freda,  1725  I.eishman  .\venuc,  Arnold.  Pa. 

Creveling,  Evelyn  (Mrs.  Charles  Shuman).  214  X.  Front  Street,  Sunbury, 

Davis,  Clarence  J.,  Clavton  Road.  Concord.  Calif. 

Dennis.  John  A.,  1821  \Vest  Ninth  Street,  Upland,  Calif. 

Dreisbach,  Martha,  7208  Hazel  Avenue.  Upper  Darby,  Penna. 

Ebner,  Mary  C.  (.Mrs.  C.  C.  Groffl.  2255  N.  Fifth  Street.  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Eggleston,  Daisy  F.,  Tunkhannock,  Pa. 

Flanagan,  Mary  R. 

Follmer,  Gertrude  ( ]) 

Funk,  Marcaret  M .         ,  ,   ,.       „ 

Funk,   N.  Elwell,   15211  .Spruce  Street.   Philadelphia,   la. 

Gannon,  Lizzie,  (.4  Main  Street.  Inkerman,  Pa. 
Gilbert,    Ida,    21S    West    Fifth    Street.    Hazleton     1  a. 
Gormley,    Margaret,    1.59    S.    Wyoming    Street,    Hazleton,    la. 

Hamlin,  Sarah,  541    Mill  Street,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Harrison,  Minnie  M.  (.Mrs    W.   M.  Chambers).  Ardmore    Pa 
Henkleman.  Augusta  B.,  5518  S.inthwick  Street,  Bethcsda.  Md. 

Jacobs,  Mary,  5'in  .Main  Street.  Kingston.  Pa 

Jones,  Martha  A.,  West  Main  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Kastrupps.  Anna  (Mrs.  George  Cassidy),  4219  River  Road,  X. 

Kintner!   Ruth  C.   (Mrs    T     D.    Parrack),   Cathedral   Mansions.   Ellswarble  Ave., 

Pittsburgh.   Pa. 
Lams,  William  R.,  2524  Walnut  Street,  Allentov.-n    Pa 
Larrabee,    Louise,    2047    Kakela    Drive,    Honolulu    24 



".,  Tunkhannock,  Pa.  ,,,..,        „  „ 

(Mrs.  McDcrmott),  210  Blackman  Street,  \\  likes- BarrcP.i. 

(Mrs.  A.  T.  Lowry),  c/o  St.  Joseph  Lead  Co.,  Edwards,  N.  ^  . 
(Mrs    Harrv  Grant),  2201  North  Sixth  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

W..  Washington, 

24,    Ha 

Laubach,  Dr.  Frank  C,  15b  Fifth  Avenue,  New  York  10,  N.  Y. 

Lawrence,  Eva  B..  117  Chestnut  Street,  Narberth,  Pa. 

Lesher,   Helen  G.    (Mrs.    David   Frederick),   Pottsgrove,   Pa. 

Mengle,  Orabel  (Mrs.  Samuel  O.  Rarick),  Barnesville,  Pa. 

Merrell,  Ernest,  K.  D.  No.  2.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Morgan,  Gertrude  (Mrs.  Edwin  \V.  Northb.v).  242  Watson  Street,  E.  Akron  Ohio 

O'Donnell,  Maisy  (Mrs.  Ceorgc  Klein),  l.!7  East  Walnut  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Owen,  Minnie  B.  (.Mrs.  J.  W.  (leist),  104  West  Avenue.  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Pennington,  Mabel  T.  (Mrs.   W.  S.  Wieland).  College  Heights,  State  College,  Pa. 

Shaffer,  Cora  M.,  113  Price  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Sharpless,  Warren.  Catawissa,   Pa. 

Sheriff,   Nellie   (Mrs.   Dixonl,  J14   Fourteenth  Street,   \.    E.,   Washington,   D.   C. 

Shoemaker,  Mary  (Mrs.  W.  Alfred  Valentine),  112  Charles  St.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Shultz,  Leia  M.  (.Mrs.  Infred  MadsonI,  744  Watchung  Avenue,  Plainfield,  X.  J. 

Smith,  Ralph  E.,  Hotel  Oregon.  El  Paso,  Tex. 

Templeton,  Arthur,  36  Graham  Avenue,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Mary  A.  (Mr.s.  D.  E.  JosephI,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Townsend,  Mae  E.,  Pioneer  Avenue.  Dallas,  Pa. 

Trevorrow,  WillUm  O.,  8J  Third  Street,  Jeddo,  Pa. 

Vought,  Virginia,  Elysburg.  Pa. 

White,  Estelle  G.,  (.Mrs.  Armstrong),  Audenried,  Pa. 

Williams,  George  W.,  90  Franklin  Street.  Dallas,  Pa. 

Young,  Helen  (Mrs.  Ralph  Shields),  72  Gaylord  Street.  Binghamton,  N.  Y'. 

CLASS   OF    1902 

Austin,  M.  Blanche,  141  Grove  Street.  Wilkes  Barre.  Pa. 

Bailey,    Marie    M.    (Mrs.    Thomas    Smithl,    R.    D.    No.    2,    Benton.    Pa. 

Baker,   George   C,   213    West    Main    Street,    Moorestown.    N.    J. 

Balliett,    Hadassa,    639    Market    Street,    Williamsport,    Pa. 

Bradbury,  Grace  (Mrs.  Charles  W.  Everett),  19  S.  Sixth  Street,  Stroudsburg,  Pa. 

Brennan,   Agnes   V.,   209    Dundaff    Street,   Carbondale,    Pa. 

Bubb,    Genevieve,   81    Washington    Street.    Williamsport,    Pa. 

Cannon,   Grace    (Mrs.   James    Fox).    11.S    S.    Laurel    Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Clark,    Mame   (Mrs.   George   Meyers).    1835   Graham    Blvd.,    Wilkinsburg,   Pa. 

Collins,    John,    107    Carey    Avenue,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Cotner,    David,    222    New    York    Street,    Scranton.    Pa. 

Creasy,    Anna    (.Mrs.    Earl    F.    lohn)    Third    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Crow,  Florence   (Mrs.   W.   E.  Hebel)   R.   D.   No.   1.   Liverpool,  Pa. 

Czechowicz,    Helen,    3    Kirmor   Terrace.    Alden    Station,    Pa. 

Diem,    Marie   L.,    944   Taylor   Avenue,   Scranton,    Pa. 

Dress,  Gertrude   (Mrs.   George  Jacobs).   157  S.    Fourth  Street.   Steelton,   Pa. 

Edwards,  Margaret  J.   (Mrs.   W.    E.   Morris).   164  Summit   St..  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Elder,    Edna    (Mrs.    F.   J.    Strassner).   2   Rynda    Road.   South   Orange,    Pa. 

Fine,    Bertha   (Mrs.    E.    ^L    Gutm),    7    Bennett    Avenue,    Binghamton,    N.    V. 

Frances,   Mary   E.   (Mrs.    G.    H.    Gendall),   Chalfonte,    Pa. 

Fry,  Harriet  E.,  21.!  Ash  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Frymire,   Martha    (Mrs.   J.    M.    John),   2985   Elati    Street.    Englewood,    Col. 

Gaughan,    Henry   J.,    Peely.    Pa. 

Gay,   Eleanor   (Mrs.   F.    G.   Northrop).   Mehoopany,    Pa. 

Gildea,  Anna  (Mrs.   E.   W.   McHughl.  289  Stanton  Street,   Wilkes   Barre,   Pa. 

Guest,   Alice,   71S    E.    Market    Street,    Danville,    Pa. 

Hall,   Ruth    (Mrs.   G.    M.   Harris).   214  E.    Bertasch   Street.   Lansford,   Pa. 

Harrison,  Ada  D.,  103   Fourth  Avenue,    Newark.   N.  J. 

Heiss,    Charles    A.,    Little    Brook    Farm.    Pottersville,    N.    J. 

Heller,    Charlotte   V.,    17   Ross    Street.    Williamsport.    Pa. 

Hiatt,    Beth    (.Mrs.    T.    D.    Day).    1619   Sparks    Street.    Phila.,    Pa. 

Hicks,   Jennie    (W.   A.   Fenstermaker)    1211    S.    E.    52nd  Ave.,   Portland,  Oregon 

Hirlinger,   Etta  M.   (Mrs.   Alfred   Keller).   Sun   Set  View,  Orangeville,   Pa. 

Hoffa,   Marearet    (Mrs.    R.   O.    Henninger)    Dushore.    Pa. 

Hollopeter,  Essene,   (Mrs.   E.  Martin).  1687  Wyoming  Avenue,  Forty   Fort,  Pa. 

Jacobs,    Harry    M.,    18    Washington    Road.    Scotia.    N.    Y'. 

Johnson,   Marion   (Mrs.    C.   O.    Skeer).   54   King   .Street,    Northumberland,    Pa. 

Keating,    Helen   C,    353    W.    57th    Street,    New    York.    N.    Y. 

Keiber,  A.  E.,   High  School,   Davenport,   Iowa 

Keim,  Martha  (Mrs.   E.    T.   Hartman)   305  High   Street,   Duncannon,   Pa. 

Kisner,  Helen  (Mrs.  H.  B".  Woodward).  450  N.   Maple  Street,  Albuquerque.  N.M. 

Krell.    Catherine,    575    N.    Ouirch    Street.    Hazleton.    Pa 

Kuntz,    Edith,    425    Walnut    .Street,    Allentown.    Pa. 

Leighow,    Estella   M.    (Mrs.   J.    F.    Lewis).   505    Brinton   St.,    Germantown,    Pa. 

Leighow,    Lourissa,    Bellevue    Hotel,    Wash..    D.    C. 

LonF,    Bess,    32S    East    First    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Lueder,    Anna    B.    (Mrs.    Harry    Barnes).    514   Spruce    Street,    Trinidad,    Col. 

Melvin,    Alice    (^Irs.    B.    Eicholzer),    Forest    Citv.    Pa. 

Menhennett,  Grace,   (Mrs.   R.   H.  Vorck).   Bradley  St,   Hallis.  Long  Island,.   N.Y'. 

Moyer,   Laura   (Mrs.   Arthur  Clay),   West   Third   Street.    Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Ormsby,   Sallie,   Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Palm,    M.    Blanche    (Mrs.    G.    Kochenderfer),    637    Valley    Street,    T,ewistown,    Pa. 

Patterson,  Madge  (Mrs.  C.  Rodda),  18  ^fanchester  Terrace,  Springfield,  Mass. 

Rawson,    Gertrude,   748    Prescott    Avenue.    Scranton.    Pa. 

Reice,  Helen  (  Mrs.  James  Irven),  47^  S.  Fourth  Street,  Lewisburg,  Pa. 

Rentscheler,    Bessie    (Mrs.    Samuel    Dresher).    Ringtown,    Pa. 

Roberts,   Evalvn   (Mrs.   Johnson).  350  S.   Harvard  Blvd.,  I^os  Angeles,   Calif. 

Robinson,    F.   E.,    I'olivar.   Pa. 

Seesholtz,  S.  J.,   R.    D.    No.    5,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Smethers,  Amy  B.,  305  Eleventh  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Smcczynski,   Mary,  Cataw'ssa,   Pa. 

Space,   Carolyn   V.   (Mrs.   John   Kearns).   2~   E.    Seventh   .Street.   Wyoming.   Pa. 

Snear,    Eunice,    304    We=t    Third    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Thomas,  Jennie  (Mrs.  Walter  Smith)-  1729  Canouse  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Turner,  Anna  (Mrs.  W.  X.  Jones).  Blakely  Home,  Olyphant,  Pa. 

Vance,  Effie,  (Orangeville.  Pa. 

Williams.  Jennie  E.  (Mrs.  W.  Conk).  974  West  Fourth  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Yeager,  Bessie   (Mrs.   Davis),  30  W.  Pettebone  Street,   Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1903 

Albert,  Charles  L..   R.   D.  No.  2.    Dalla,.    I'a. 

Berkenstock,  Frank,   Renovo,  Pa. 

Burke,  Delia   (Mrs.  John  Lynch),  203  W.   Spruce  Street,  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 

Cook,   Susie    (Mrs.    Charles   Morgan),   428   East    Main    Street,    Nanlicoke.    Pa. 

Davenport,  Mary  (Mrs.  Charles  Doersam),   Buckingham  Road,  Palisades,  N.  J. 

DeLong,   William,   ,!01    East    Second    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Dillon,    Max    G.,    338    Wyoming    .\venue.    Kingston.    Pa. 

Fleming,  Ora   (Mrs.   W.   P.   Levering).  31   X.   Seventh   Street,   Stroudsburg,   Pa. 

Franey,    Ella    (Mrs.    Gallagher)    129   X.    Garden    .Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Gresh,    Edith    (Mrs.    H.    G.    Kitt),    Milton,    Pa. 

Hagenbuch,    Rae,    Rowland.    Xev. 

Hawk,    Ray,    1.56    Willow    Street,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Hayes,  Marv,  Freelpnd.   Pa. 

Hicks,    Carrie.    369    Putter    A^'enue.    Kingston.    Pa. 

Hottenstein,   Ellen    (Mrs.    E.    D.    Schnure)    R.    D.    Xo.    1,    Milton,    Pa. 

Houtz,   Howard,  2412  S.   Clinton  Street.   Sioux  City.  Iowa 

Humphreys,   Frank,   5705   S.    Fifth   Avenue.   Birmingham,   Ala. 

Jameison,    Harold,    1506    Washburn    Street.    Scranton,    Pa. 

Kelley,   Mary,   2327   X.    Wash'ni'ton   A  venue.   Scranjon.    Pa. 

Kierstead,    Irene    (Mrs.    Trvin    Ruebenkaum),    Jamison.    Pa. 

K€>erner,  Dor^  (Mrs.).  Thornhurst.  Pa. 

Krum.  Mildred  (Mrs.  Trvint-'  Barndt).  421  Larchwood  Avenue,  L'pper  Darbv,  Pa. 

Larrabee,  Beatrice   (Mrs.   E.  J.   Albertson.  824  Main   St.,   Peekskill,  N.   \'. 

MacFarlane,    Laura,    1561    Sanderson    Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 

McCullough,   Elizabeth,   .Mr-.  A.   G.    .Morrish.   Ill  Carey   Ave.,   Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

McGowen,  Winifred   (Mrs.   Gaughan)^  180  .N.    Laurel   Street,   Hazleton,   Pa. 

May,   Minerva   (.Mrs.    Matthews).  43   S.   Charles   Street.   Johnson   City,   N.   Y^. 

Mengle,   Ella   (.Mrs.   H.   R.    Ileim).   Fairmount   Street.   .Schuylkill  Haven,   Pa. 

Patterson,    Edith,    3    Redcliffe    Avenue.    Highland    Park,    N.    J. 

Poad,   Carrie    (.Mrs.    Warren    Smith).   90   Seventh    Avenue,   Carbondale,    Pa. 

Rarick,    Abraham,    1624    (Juincy    Avenue,    Scranton.    I'a. 

Reid,   Ella  (Mrs.  C.   E.   Robertson),  66  Main  Street,   Inkerman,   Pittston,   Pa. 

Riland,   H.   Walter,   11    Warwick   Avenue,   Scarsdale,    N.    Y. 

Robinson,   Jean   (Mrs.    J.   G.    McLaughlin).    Fort    Washington,    Pa. 

Rundle,   Flossie  M.,    (Mrs.   Arthur  Chase),   111    Spring  Street,  Carbondale,   Pa. 

Schatzle,  Etta  (.Mrs.  W.  H.  Ilorlacher),  326  .Second  Street.  Weatherly,  Pa. 

SUvius,    Mabel,    .18    S.    Welles    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Sweppenheiser,    Nellie    (Mrs.    S.    K.    Worman),   24    Bloom   .Street,    Danville,    Pa. 

Waring,   Elizabeth    (.Mrs.    Leon   Colvin).   15  James   Street.   Binghamton,   X.   Y. 

Wilson,   Mary   S.   i  Mrs.   .Arthur   Hilburt),   428   -N.    Main   Street,   Plains,   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1904 

Albertson,   Elizabeth   (Mrs.   Harvey   Hess).   504   .Nelson   Avenue,   Peekskill,   X.   Y. 
Aldinger,   Albert  K.,   (Dr),   1523   W.   Grange   .-\venue.   Milwaukee,   Wis. 
Andres,  Daisy  (Mrs.  J.  H.  MacBean),  205  Oak  Knoll  Drive,  Hamilton,  Ontario, 

Baldy,  Lucy  C.   (Mrs.   Gary   Rodv),  245  South   Street.  Catawissa.   Pa. 
Berry,   Emma,   (Mrs.   G.  O.   Matter).  3200  2Sth  .\venue,   W.   Seattle,   Wash. 
Black,  Matilda  (Mrs.  J.  O.   Matter)  2527  W.   Fourth  Street,  Williamsport,  Pa. 
Boyer,  Jessie  M.,   (Mrs.   G.   L.  Howell)  i2  Carverton  Road,  Trucksville,   Pa. 
Brandon,  Pearl  E.,  136  North  Street,  Reading.   Pa. 

Briggs,   Edna   (.Mrs.   A.  \.   O'Reilly).  2833  Greenleaf  Street,  .\llentown.   Pa. 
Brogan,    Margaret    P.,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Buckalew,    Lillian    (Mrs.    Harry    Rider).   26   West    First    Street,    Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Buddington,  Sara  E.,  17  N.  Oak   Street.  Mt.   Carmel,   Pa. 
Burns,  Margaret  A.,  3216  X.  Fourth  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Carl,    Thomas,    Trucksville,    Pa. 
Challis,  Anna  E.  (Mrs.   F.  W.  Thompson),  7  Peter  Cooper  Road,  New  Y'ork  10, 

N.  ^•. 

Cogswell,    Irwin,    R.    D.    Xo.    3.    Montrose.    Pa. 

Creasy,   Martha,  60  East   Fifth  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Crossley,   Pearl   A.   (Mrs.   W.   J.    Pickett),   South   Mt.    Road,  Xew  City,    N.    Y. 

Cryder,    Harold   C.    (Dr).    Stroudsburg.    Pa. 

Davenport,    Alvirda,    280    E.    Main    Street.    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Davis,  Griselda  (Mrs.  W.  L.  Jacobus),  110  West  Ross  Street,  Wilkes. Barre,  Pa. 

DeWitt,    Lois    (Mrs.    Charles    McBride).    1644    Guilford    Road.    Columbus.    Ohio 

Derr,  Bessie  i  Mrs.  Norman  Skedd).  121   E.   Delaware  .\venue.   Pennington,  X.J. 

Fetherold,  Nellie  (Mrs.   C.  C.   Lesher).  638   Market  Street.   Lewisburg,   Pa. 

Fineran,   Minnie  V.   (Mrs.    P.    T.   McDonough).  28   River  Street,   Carbondale,   Pa. 

Fletcher,   Esther   (.Mrs.    I.   -Armitage).   Box   1088,   Laguna   Beach,   Calif. 

Gildea,  James  J.,  335   AlcLean   Street.   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Goldsmith,  Aimee  (.Mrs.  Salo  Marcus).  2541  Overlook  Road.  Cleveland  Hts.,  O. 

Goodale,  Bessie   (Mrs.  C.   Thielman).  225   Hickory  .\ venue,  Tenafly,   X.  J. 

Goyituey,  Anna  (Mrs.   F.   W.   Canfield).  6544  N.   Fourth  St,.  Albuquerque,  N.  M. 

Halloran,    Emma,    1024   Plane   Street.   Avoca,    Pa. 

Hammond,  Theresa  (Mrs.  F.  Dunnen),  1525  Greenwood  Ave.,  St.  Petersburg,  Fla. 

Helwig,    W.    Ray,    3174    Flower    Street,    I.ynwood,    Calif. 

Henrie,   H.  Clare,   Box    1649,    Bisbee,   .\riz. 

Herring,   Laura,    East   Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Hinkel,  Henrietta  (Mrs.  B.  Howell),  319  Baer  .\venue.  Hanover,  Pa. 

Hinkley,    Emma    (Mrs,    T.    Savior).   313    Pine    Street.    Tamaqua,    Pa. 

Hitchcock,   Harriet   (Mrs.   McMurrav),   R.    D.    No.    1.    Mehoopany.   Pa. 

Ikeler,   Irene  H.   (.Mrs.   David   Sloan).   R.    D.   -No.   2.   Muncy,    Pa. 

Jenkins,  Margaret  (Mrs.  R.  .\.  Cochran),  16  S  26th  Street,  Camp  Hill.  Pa. 

John,   Rosa   (Sirs.    Frank    Pursel),    Elverson.    Pa. 

Kelminiski,   Emma,   Corner   Third    &    Maple,   Mt.   Carmel.   Pa. 

Kester,  Leona   (Mrs.   R.   Lawton).   R.   D.   Xo.  3,   Millville,   Pa. 

Killmer,    Aaron   A.,    Stouchshurg.    Pa. 

Knorr,    Kimber,    339    X.    Lewis    Street,    Staunton,    Va. 

Lanning,   Hattie   (Mrs.   J.    W.    Bonham).   617    Bailey   Street,   Camden,   X.   J. 

Malone,    James,    Oak    &    Main    Sts..    Shenandoah.    Pa. 

Mead,    E.    A.    (Mrs.    L.    Kendrick),   2929   Southwest    Seventh    St..    Miami.    Fla. 

Mertz,    Mabel    (Mrs.    T.    Dixon).    Trenton    .Avenue,    Belle    Meade.    X.    J. 

Messersmith,  Palace,  456  Mountain  .\venue.  Westfield.  N.  J. 

Moss,   Claude   L.,    Little    Rock.    .-Vrk. 

O'Donnell,   Catherine,    Laurel    Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

O'Donnell,   Daniel,    .\ndalusea.    Pa. 

Putnam,  Stewart  L.,  R.   D.   Xo.  2.  Tnwanda.   Pa. 

Rentsleer,    Guy    H.,    621    Berkley    Street,    Plainfield.    X.    J. 

Richart.    Bessie    (Mrs.    C    Corse).    718    E.    Second    Street.    Paterson,    X.    T. 

Riley,   Tillie    (.Mrs.   M.   Tigue).   1711    Central   .Avenue,    Chicago.    111. 

Robbins,   Mary   (Mrs.   J.   Bower).   1215  Market   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Roeers,    Louise    (Mrs.    E.    Warren).    White    Earth.    Minn. 

Seely,   Margaret,    R.    D.    No.    1.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Smith,  Margaret   (Mrs.  A.   Witherspoon).   115  S.   Cl-nton   St..  East  Orange.  X.   J. 

Specht.    Elizabeth    (Mrs.    W.   H.   Martin).    541    X.   Vine   Street,    Hazleton.   Pa. 

Snyder.    Vere    H.    (Mrs.    H.    St»bbens),    Wellsboro.    Pa. 

Trathen,    Hprry,    1    Chestnut    Street.    Ashl.->nd.    Pa. 

Turner.    Ruth    (Mrs.    D.    G.    Martin)    1201    California    St..    San    Francisco,    Calif. 

Veith,  Lewis,   Khensburg.  Pa. 

White.  June  (Mrs.  Carl  Dreibelbis),  4(M  Park  Hill  Avenue.  Yonkers.  X.  V. 

Wilson.  Martha  (Mrs.  Tames  R.  Beers),  4.103  N.  Marvland  Ave..  Milwaukee.  Wis. 

Womeldorf,  Effie  (Mrs.  Bentz).  1547  W.  Princess  Street,  York,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1905 

Allen,  Bertha,  Postmaster's  Office.  Seattle  1.  Wash. 

Arnold,  Edna  L.  (Mrs.  Andrew  Jackson).  711  Peach  Street.  Peckville.  Pa. 

Brooke,  Walter  S.,  Greenw'ch.  Conn. 

Colvin,  Marv  E.  (Mrs.  W.  Siptroth).  R.  D.  No.  2.  Clarks  Summit,  Pa. 

Comstock,  Fannie  (Mrs.  R.  Smith).  Estancia,  Xew  Mexico. 

Conlan,  Anna,  510  Hazle  .\venn^.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Cortrirht,  Emma  (Mrs.  E.  .A.  Shelly).  17  Fifth  Street.  X.  E.,  Wash.,  2.  D.  C. 

Coughlin.  Bessie,  18  Bedford  Street.  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Crouse,  Edna  (Mrs.  X'.  S.  Harrison).  R.  D.  Xo.  2.  Orangeville.  Pa. 

Dailev,  Mary  B.,  547  Carey  Avenue.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

EIwpII,  G.  Edward.  .520  Market  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Englehart.  Nevin  T.,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Eshleman,   Marguerite   (Mrs.   I.   C.   Sweeten),  6523   E.   Maple  .\venue,   Merchants- 

villc.  X,  T. 
Fisher,  W.  Claude,  c/o  Consolidated  Edison  Co.  of  N.  Y.,  Inc.,  Room  516  —  Four 

Tr\iiie  Place.  New  Y'ork  C'ty. 
Grimes,  Bessie  K.,  415  "Main  Street.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Harris,  Sarah  (Mrs.  T.  F.  Stubhs).  962  E.  Northampton  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Hartman,  Gertrude  (Sirs.  P.  Dildine),  Orangeville,  Pn. 
Heacock,  Frances  (Mrs.  Georiie  Davis),  R.  D.  No.  3,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Hemingway,  Vera  (Mrs.  C.  Housenick),  364  East  Main  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Higgins,  Gregory,  Carbondale.  Pa. 

Higgins,  Julia,  311  W.  Cherry  Street,  Shenandoah.  Pa. 
Horn,  Lulu  C,  23  Wall  Street,  Bethlehem.  Pa. 
Jenkins,  William  G.,  192  Church  Street,  Edwardsville.  Pa. 
Kaji,  Walter  U.,  KiS  Vincent  Street.  Chagrin  Falls.  O. 

Kirkendall,  Marv  (Mrs.  P.  Hagenbuch).  10  E.  Eighth  Street,  Pottstown.  Pa. 
Leibensoerger,  Helen  (Mrs.  H.  H.  Murray).  Warrington,  Pa. 
Leidy,  Dora  (Mrs.  C.  Fleckenstine),  304  West  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 


MacAlpine,  Ethel  lMr».  W.  C.  Spargo).  R.  1)..  Dover,  N.  .1. 

Marsden.  Agnes  (Mrs.  (i.  W.  Gclchy).  Centralia,  Pa. 

Mertz.  Adelia  A.  (Mrs.  E.  H.  BerKenI,  Harlingin.  N.  J. 

Mertz,  M.  Elizabeth  (.Mrs.  H.  V.  I.esher),  R.  D.  No.  1.  Northumberland,  Pa. 

Milleisen.  Sara  i  Mrs    C.  E.  Ehvell),  320  Market  Street.  Uloomsburg,  Pa. 

Miller,  Blanche  F.  (.Mrs.  ('.  (Irimesl,  2(M  N.  .Second  Street.  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Mower.  Charles  L.  iDr.(,  159  W.  Washington  St.,  Ilagerstown,  Md. 

Olmstead.  Kate  D.,  Tavlor,   Pa. 

Ormsby.  Mary  i  Mrs.  1.  j.  Reilly).  36  E.  Oak  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Peifer,  Lillian  iMrs.  .^amuel  Mock),  Richland.  Penna. 

Phillips,  Anna,  510  S.  Main  Street.  Taylor,  Pa. 

Pooley,  Paul,  30S  Ferry  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Rarig,  Howard  R.,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Redeker.  Florence,  JUM  Ma<lorv  Avenue,  Germantown.  Pa. 

Robbins,  Inez  i.\lr~.  Wilson'.  R.  D.,  Millville,  Pa. 

Robbins,  LaVere  (Mrs.  \V.  S.  Brooke),  Greenwich,  Conn. 

Robbins,  Myrtle  M.,  (Mrs.  Norman  Wood),  R.  H.  No.  1,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Roberts,  Grace  (Mrs.  S.  L.  Miller),  422  Jefferson  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Rowe.  Gertrude.  22  Sheldon  Avenue.  Wilkes- liarre.  Pa. 

Schoviin.  Claire,  -s52  Owen  Street.  Northumberland,  Pa. 

Shambach.  Jesse  Y.,  2315  Page  Street,  Camp  Hill.  Pa. 

Shambach,  Thomas  F.,  .Middleburg,  Pa. 

Shook,  Stella  M..  -Noxen.  Pa. 

Sitler.  Ida  (l)r  '.  130  South  Second  Street.  Lehighton.  Pa. 

Smith.  Anna  E..  137  W.  Holland  Street.  Summithill.  Pa. 

Smith.    Emma.    13    East    Broad    Street.    W.    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Smith.  Ida  '  Mrs.  H.  S.  Conrey),  323  Lightstreet.  Road.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Smull.  Alice  L.,  312  Church  Street,  Danville.  Penna. 

Thomas.  Anna  i.Mrs.  Lewis  Thomas),  106  Washington  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Tiffany,  Lee  J.,  Dimock.  Pa. 

Walters,  Edna,  ,sSO  N.  Wyoming  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa 

Wenner,  Herbert  C,  Drums,  Pa. 

White,  Ora  I.Mrs.  Ed  Campbell),  Apt.  A-43,  Pinehurst  &■  lS3rd  St..  New  York  City. 

WUkins,  Katherine   (Mrs  E.  Pulson),  225  West   End  Road,  lona  Place,  Wilkes- 

Earre.  Pa.  t 

Williams.  Maud  (Mrs.  Hughes).  R.  D.  No.  2.  Belvidere.  N.  J. 
Winter.  Laura  M.  (Mrs.  H.  E.  Eroh),  55  N.  Church  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1906 

Albertson.  Phoebe,  Morrill,  Nebr. 

Allen,  Otis,  -\lderson.  Pa. 

Anstcck,  Warren,  R.  D.  No.  1.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Aurand,  Laura  iMrs.  M.  W.  Witmer),  Collegeville,  Pa. 

AverUl.  Edna  H.  (Mrs.  Karl  T.  Appcrman).  4302  Comley  Street.  Phila.,  Pa. 

Becker,  Mary  L.  (Mrs.  O.  Behrens),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Nazareth,  Pa. 

Bohan,  Anna,  111  Old  River  Wilkes- Banc,  Pa. 

Bomboy.  Aleta  (Mrs.  .\.  T.  Englehart).  Espy,  Pa. 

Boust,  Maud  I.Mrs.  J.  C.  .Shawfield),  1619  Derry  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Brennan,  Nellie,  Pleasant  .Mount.  Pa. 

Buddinger,  Lulu  (.Mrs.  Robert  Mershon),  17  N.  Oak  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Butt,  Mary  Mrs.  F.  L.  Klasc).  Benton.  Pa 

Canflin.  Abbie  i  Mrs.  .-X.  Melinsky),  206  X.  Main  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Champlin,  Carrol  D.,  State  College.  Pa. 

Cleaver.  Leon  P..  114  Robeson  Street.  Reading.  Pa. 

Conrad.    Lottie    i  Mrs.    Benton    Ridall).    338    E.    Eighth    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Coughlin.  Clara  I.Mrs.  Robert  Rozellel.  90  Veager  Avenue.  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Creasy,  Byron  H.  (Dri.  Shavertown.  Pa. 

Demaree,  Mary  I  Mrs.  T.  O.  \an.\len).  The  Meadows.  Hershey.  Pa. 

DeWan,  Kathryn  (.Mrs.  P.  E.  Fagan),  103  W.  Diamond  Avenue,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

DeWitt,  Helen  i  .Mrs.  R.  Terwilliger),  346  Center  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Dietrick,  Elwell,  829  Richmont  .Street.  Scranton.  Pa. 

Durbin.  Nellie  i  .Mrs.  G.  Batey).  71  Tripp  Street.  Forty  Fort.  Pa. 

Erdley.  Florence,  Episcopal  Hospital,  Front  &  Lehigh  Sts.,  Phila.,  Pa. 

Essick,  Laura  L.  (Mrs.  J.  D.  Mattson),  2801  Queen  Lane.  Phila.,  Pa. 

Evans,  Maud,  1('9  W.  Taylor  Street,  Taylor.  Pa. 

Evans,  Nellie,  427  Minooka  Avenue,  Moosic,  Pa. 

Farley,  Mabel  R.,  Hickville.  Long  Island.  N.  Y. 

Fegley.  Ida  M..  27  S.  Be.ich  Street.  .Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Fenstermacher.  M.  Grace  (Mrs.  H.  A.  Frantz).  R.  D.  No.  1.  Falls.  Pa. 

Fortune.  Anna  I.Mrs.  W.  J.  McHalel,  74  N.  Main  Street,  Carbondale.  Pa. 

Frey,  Wirmie  A.  I  Mrs.  C.  S.  Gareyi,  207  Oakwood  Ave..  Elmira  Heights,  N.  Y. 

Girton,  W.  Raymond,  R.  D.  No.  1,  Lake  Road.  Ithaca.  N.  Y. 

Groff.  Marion  i  Mrs.  D.  I.  Spangler).  1048  N.  Fourth  Street.  Reading.  Pa. 

Henry.  Ethel  M..  250  Chestnut  Street.  Sunbury.  Pa. 

Herring.  Helen  A.  (Mrs.  Griffen),  120  Arbor  Drive,  Oakland.  Cahf. 

Hortman,  Lillie  I  Mrs.  T.  J.  Irish),  732  Washington  Street,  Camden,  N.  J. 

Hourigan,  Sadie,  361  N.  Main  Street,  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Kelley,  Mary  E.,  S3  N.  River  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Kinney.  James  A.,  428  High  Street.  Bethlehem.  Pa. 

Lempke.  Emma  (Mrs.  Harrv  Moase).  Pleasant  Mount,  Pa. 

Levan.  Amy,  2t>0  Race  Street.  Simbury.  Pa. 

Lewis.  Anna  L.  (Mrs.  (iordon  Evans).  714  South  Main  Avenue.  Scranton,  Pa.^ 

Longenberger,  Myrtle  (Mrs.  C.  P.  Messersmith),  535  Sherwood  Parkway,  West- 

tii-lii.  .\.  .1. 
Margerum,  Helen,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Masten,  Christella  F.,  10  Jay  .Street.  Binghamton.  N.  Y. 
Maxwell.  Ethel.  '^23  Warren  -\venue,  Kingston,  Pa. 
Miles,  Bessie  V.,  3!   N.  .Main  Street.  Shenandoah.  Pa. 
Miller,  Lillie  A.  I  Mrs.  Otto  ParrI,  Nescopeck.  Pa. 
Milnes.  Susanna  (.Mrs.  Harrv  White),  Briar  Creek.  Pa. 
Mitchell,  Mary  i  Mrs.  W.  H.   Bean),  Riegelsville,  Pa. 

Murphy,  Rose  (  Mrs.  M.  D.  McChrome),  5516  Eleventh  Street.  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Oliver,  Fannie  i  Mrs.  W.  C.  Nestor),  Franklin  Boro,  N.  J. 
Olmstead,  Nina,  Tavlor,  Pa. 

Owen,  Anne  E.  I.Mrs.  W.  Brimijoini,  3918  49th  Street.  Sunnyside,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 
Owen.  Hazel  I  Mrs.  H.  Schuchart).  Box  92.  Penney  Farms.  Fla. 
Parry.  Gertrude  M.,  3507  Boundary  Street.  Dickson  City.  Pa. 
Pealer.  Blanche  I  Mrs.  H.  1..  Troxell).  303  Woodside  Ave..  Narberth,  Pa. 
Ramage.  Margaret  H.,  107  W.  .Avenue,  Mount  Carmel.  Pa. 
Rayos,  Susie  I  Mrs.  W.  K.  Marmon).  Lagunas,  N.  M. 
Ruhl,  Gladys  i  Mrs.  A.  J.  Robbins).  229  Market  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Russell.  Margaret  (Mrs.  R.  M.  MacMillan).  i2'/j  Canaan  Street.  Carbondale.  Pa. 
Ryan.   Elizabeth   U.,   Third   and    Laurel   Streets.    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Shambach.   John    E.,    Box    .54.    Hiram,    O. 

Scanlan,  Kathryn  (Sirs.  John  Cummmgs),  9741   Yellowstone  -Ave.,   Detroit,   Mich. 
Shuman,   Clyde  S.,   Bloomsburg.    Penna. 

Shuman,    Edith    iMrs.    M.   J.   Grimes),   415   E.    Main   .Street.   Catawissa.    Pa. 
Snyder.    Homer    H.    (Dr.).    1661     Wyoming    Avenue.    Scranton.    Pa. 
Stiner.   Elizabeth   (Mrs.   H.   Mittcldorf).  611    Franklin  .Street.   Elizabeth.   N.  J. 
Tinker.  Margaret  (Mrs.  D.avid  Young).  Yolmgsvillc.  Pa. 
Titus.    Ethel    iMr~.    W.    E.    Zecher).    }9    Berwvn    Park.    Lebanon.    Pa. 
Vollrath.   Rose   E.  (Mrs.   E.   C.   Buckhert)  471   S.   Seventh  Street.  Indiana.   Pa. 
Weiser.  Cottic,  R.  D.  No.  2.  Selinsgrove,  Pa. 
Weiser.  Laura.  Shamokin  Dam.  Pa. 
Williams.   Adeline,  810  .-Krchbald   Street.   Scranton.   Pa. 

Witman.   Mary  C.   (Mrs.   H.   .-X.    Ryder).   11    S.    Prince   Street.   Shippensburg.    Pa. 
Zehner.   Maude   (Mrs.    Paden).   Briar  Creek.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1907 

Allabach.  C.  Millard,  441  Stanbaugh.  Sharon.   Penna. 

Anstock.  Pearl  D.   (.Mrs.  .Arthur   Holt).  21    Royal  .Avenue.   Hawthorne.  N.  J. 

Baer.  Bessie  C.  (.Mrs.  Thomas  Doig).  (.9   Bruce  Street.  Walton.  .N".  Y. 

Barrett.   Rose,  2.50   Laurel   Street.   .Archbald.    Pa. 

Barrow.   Mame   (Mrs.   J.   W.  Anderson).   1327   Putnam  .-Xvenue.   Plaintield.  N.  J. 

Best.    Ella.    .^27    Eighth    Street,   Irwin,    Pa. 

Brooke,   Margaret  C,   (ireenwich.  Conn. 

Brundage,    Edna   J.    (Mrs.   J.    Pentecost),  826    E.    16th    Street,   Chester,    Pa. 

Burrows,    Ethel,   416   Luzerne   .-Vvenue,    VVcsl    Pitlston,    Pa. 

Bush,  Artemesia  M.,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Campsie.   Edith   (Mrs.   George   Dreisbach).   181   S.   Second  Street.   Lehighton.   Pa. 

Chamberlin.  Anna  J.  (Mrs.  R.  Howell)  (i63  N.  Chenago  St..   Binghamton.  N.   Y. 

Cogswell.   Bessie  E.   (Mrs.   P.   .\.   Taylor).  One   W.    Main   Street.   Sheffield.    Pa. 

Conner.    Helen    (.Mrs.    E.    R.    Vactor).   89   Jackson    .Avenue.    N.    Plaintield.    N.    J. 

Conner.    Stanley    J.,    121    Cadwallader    Drive.    Trenton.    N.    J. 

Coo'.baugh.    Ruth,    441    W.    .Main    Street,    Wilkes-Barre,     Pa. 

Corby.    Florence    iMrs.    Henry    Sippel).   432    Rutter    Avenue.    Kingston.    Pa. 

Ccusart.  Josephine  (.Mrs.  Marvin  Cooper.  Jr.).  Cnion  City.  Pa. 

Dailey.    Margaret   G.,    19   Walnut    Street.    Steellon.    Pa. 

Dano.    John.    sJJ    Connell    Building.    Scranton.    Pa. 

Dano.    Nicholas,   Jr.,   Connell    Building.   Scranton.    Pa. 

Dean.  Alice  iMr~    Ci.  Wetherbyl.  287  Laurel  Street.  .Archbald.  Pa. 

Delaney.   Kathryn,   Nanticoke.    Pa. 

Dever,    Margaret   (Dr.),   234    E.    Fourth    Street.    Bethlehem.    Pa. 

DeWire.    Harry,    William    Penn    High    School,    Harrisburg,    Pa. 

Dodson,    Harry    A..   302   S.    Eleventh    Street.    Indiana.    Pa. 

Doty.  Edith  A.   i.Mrs.   Harold  II.   Hayman).  R.  D.   No.  1.  Stillwater.   Pa. 

Dreibelbis.   Elizabeth  V.   (Mrs.   L.   T.  Ornerl.  .528   E.   Third  St..   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Englehart.    Paul    H..    2921    George    Street.    Penbrook.    Pa. 

Essick.  Laura  R.  (Mrs.  R.  F.  Lawrie).  210  Hawkins  .Avenue.  N.  Braddock.  Pa. 

Evans.  Virgie.  734  Hazle  Street.  Wilkes.  Barre.   Pa. 

Evans.    Elizabeth  P.,   (Mrs.    W.    I.    Wilkins)    Box  50  Chinchilla.    Pa. 

Franey.  Irene  (Mrs.  Walter  Hackett).  627  S.  Yewdall  Street.  Philadelphia  43.  Pa. 

Gregg.  Elizabeth.  ,^^9  E.  Clinton  Avenue.  Tcnafiy.  N.  J. 

Gross,  Gertrude  (Mrs.  Robert  Fleischer).  2601  Parkway.  Phila.,  3,  Pa. 

Hamlin.   Rose   J.    (.Mrs.    L.    B.    Dymond).    R.    D.    No.   2.    Falls.    Pa. 

Harter.   Grace  D.    (Mrs.    S.    Klinger).    Box    64.    Nuremberg.    Pa. 

Hess.   Harriet    I.Mrs.    Bruce   S.    Hess).  206   Diamond   St..    Redondo   Beach.  Calif. 

Hess.    Mary    E.    I  Mrs.    Fred    Colyer).   924    Wood    Street.    York.    Pa. 

Biggins.    Marie    C,    S05    Green    Street,    Harrisburg,    Pa. 

Hoppe.  Blanche  (Mrs.  H.  M.  Chisholm),  P.  O.  Box  723.  Springfield,  X.  J. 

Johns.    S.    Blanche    (Mrs.    R.    B.    Lawrence).   23   Carlton   Ave..    Port    Washington. 

I,.   1  .  N,   N' 
Jolly.   E.  Louise   (Dr.).  Alameda   High   School.  .Alameda.  Calif. 
Jones.   Miriam   (Mrs.    Evan   Whitby).  48  Green   Street.   Edwardsville.   Pa. 
Kelley.    Mnry,    17(14   Jefferson    .Avenue,    Scranton.    Pa. 

Kitchen.   Arvilla    (Mrs.    Robert    Eunson)   398   Market    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Kline,  Jennie  I.   I  Mrs.   T.  .A.  Sitler),  1915  N.  Catalina  Avenue.  Hollywood.  Calif. 
Kline.   Pearl   iMr-.    Frank   Baker).  612  E.  Third  Street.   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Lamoreaux,    Ruth,    Shaverton.    Pa. 

Laubacb.    Murray.    541    E.    Tenth    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 
Barton.    Edwin    M..    1004    W.    Man    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Lehman.    George    M.    Brandonville.    Pa. 

Lesser.  Lulu  L.   iMrs.  W.  J.   Burke).  l.'O  37th  Street,  Union  City,  N.  J. 
Lesser,  Nellie  iMrs.    T.   E.  Culp).  25   Mt.   Prospect   .Avenue.  Serona,   N.  J. 
Levan.  William  C,  329  Howard  Street.  Fmdlay.  O. 
Levering.    Bertha,   Carter   .-\partments.    Scranton.    Pa. 
Masteller,   Helen   (Mrs.    W.    H.    Hilel.   372   14th   Street.   Columbus.  O. 
Mauser.   Helen  A.   (Mrs.   -Alan   B.    Roat).   .>39   X.   Main   Street.   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Meisbereer.    David    T.,    Oak    &    Juniper    Streets.    Shamokin.    Pa. 
Miller.  Elda  I  Mrs.  Dutchcr),  3517  Crestmont  .Avenue.  Los  .-Vngele.s.  Calif. 
Mitchell.   Ada   (Mrs.   Bittenbcnder).    183   W.   River  Street.   Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 
Moyer,    Helen    iMrs.    R.    F.    Hemingway)    East    Second    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Moyer.  Sadie  R.  i  Mrs.  J.  JLlcCullough).  43  Keasler  Avenue.  Lodi,  N.  J. 
Moyer.    William    V.,    5%   Centre    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Mullahey.   Belle   i  Mrs.    F.   R.    Reilly).  30  S.    White   Street.   Shenandoah.   Pa. 
Noble.   Alma   G.    (Mrs.    .Alfred    Leidy)    HOC   I^archmont    Avenue.    Havertown.    Pa. 
O'Brien.    Margaret    (Mrs.    .A.    Henseler).    98    Liberty    Place.    Weehauken.    N.    J. 
Pritchard.    Marjorie    (Mrs.    New-ton    Roberts).    Bromwell.    W.    \'a. 
Ouich.  Reba  H.  I  Mrs.  F.  H.  Lerch.  Jr.).  3405  80th  Street.  Jackson  Heights.  N.  Y. 
Reimard.  Irene  I  Mrs.   John  W.  Cressler).  87  Hanover  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Rittenhouse.   Laura   (Mrs.   Wm.   H.   Yohey).   1802  W.    Front   Street.   Berwick.   Pa. 
Rodrequez.   J.   A.   E.,   Box  708.  S^n   luan.   Porto   Rico 

Schwartman,  Eva  T.  (Mrs.  I.  B.  Smith),  2617  Dilland  Street,  Shreveport,  La. 
Sterner,  Bertha  I.  (Mrs.  F.  I..  Richards).  023  Baldwin  Street.  Williamsport.  Pa. 
Todd.  Genevieve  i  Mrs.  James  .A.  Brennan).  26  N.  Loveland  .-Xve..  Kingston.  Pa. 
Tucker.  Nellie.  4i  Wheeler  Street.  Deposit.  X.  Y. 
Vance.    J.   Gertrude   (Mrs.    L.    V.    Barber).    Pottsgrove.    Pa. 
Wallace.   Agnes   F.    (Mrs.   N.    D.    Dutcher).  265   I.   Street.    I.ivermore.   Calif. 
Warden.  Helen  L.  (Mrs.  A.  B.  Eislerl.  616  Woo<lland  .Av..  Van  Wert.  O. 
Welsh.    Mabel    iMrs.    Joseph   Breisch).    Wakeman.   O. 
Wendt.  Lillian  iMrs.  George  H.  Webber).   Box  376,  311  Green  Street,  Milledge- 

vilk-.   C, 
Wingert.    Blanche   P.    (Mrs.    Lucas),    236   S.    14th    Street.    Allentown.    Pa. 
Wolfe.  Anna  (Mrs.  Foster  Magill).  Sugarloaf.  Pa. 
Zang.  Minnie  (Mrs.  R.  Sarver).  P.  O.  Box  115.  Howcy  In-The-Hills.  Florida 

CLASS   OF    1908 
Appleman.   Rebecca,   Danville.    l*a. 

Baldy.    Sara    H.    I  Mrs.    Warren    ShariK-^i.    (  atawissa.    Pa. 
Barnes.   Margaret,    2   Win<ly    Lane.   Glenarm.    Md. 
Beddall.   Florence  G.,  36  Lancaster   Avenue.   Haverford.   Pa. 
Benscoter.   Laura  M.    (Mrs.   G.    L.   Doilson).    Lehigh   Street.   Shavertown.   Pa. 
Billings.   Ella   M..   R.   D.   No.    1.   Nicholson.   Pa. 
Boone.    Laura    E..    587    Tames    .Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Brandon,   Adda   M.   (Mrs.   G.   S.   Westlield).   1224   Potter   Street.  Chester.   Pa. 
Breisch.  Reba  (Mrs.  F.  M.  Stethenson).  102  W.  Wanola  Street.  Kingsport.  Tenn. 
Burke.    Agnes   (Mrs.    Tames    Kinnev).  67    E.    Market    Street.    Bethlehem.    Pa. 
Callender.   E.  Mae  (Mrs.   Llovd  Wilson),  c/o  Luzerne  Co.   Indtistrial   School   for 

H..XV.    Pa. 
Christian.  Lucretia   (Mrs.   G.  W.   Woofers).  250  N.  34th   Street.  Camp  Hill.  Pa. 
Churm.  Stella   (Mrs.   S.   C.   Wright).   516   Elm   Street.    Watsoiilown.    Pa. 
CUark.   Mabel  P.   (Mrs.  Orrie   Pollock).  39  .Vtherton   .\venue.   Wyomng.   Pa. 
Conrad.  Effie  M.,  920  Line  Street.  Sunbury.   Pa. 
Cool.    Mertie    M..   91XM    189th    Street.    Holli«    7.    N.    Y. 
Coyle.    Margaret    D..    246    Park    Street.    .Mt.    Carmel.    Pa. 
Cummings.    James    E.,    707    .\llison    Street.    N.    W..    Wash..    DC. 
Dent.   Bessie    I  Mrs.    Beaver   Holabaugh).    149  N.   Third   Street.   Catawissa.   Pa. 
Faust.  Sara   C.    115   Ridge   Road.   Rutherford.    N.   J. 
Francis.  Thomas,  1707  Pine  Street,  Scranton.  Pa. 

Grimes.   Jav    H.   (Dr.).   7.!9   E.   Washington    Street.   Martinsville.   Ind. 
Hartman.    Sadie    L.,   4215    Brandvwine    Street.    N.    \\'..    Wash.    16.    D.    C. 
Herring.  Martha  E.  (Mrs.  E.  J.  Tomlinson).  4215  Brandywine  St.,  N.  W.,  Wash. 

li..    I),   ( 
James,   Martha   V..   1110  West    Elm   Street.  .Scr.-inton.   Pa. 
Kostenbauder.   Stella   (Mrs.   J.   P.    Weinman).   8.15    Main   .Ave.    W..   Twin    Falls, 

Krum,   Carol    (Mrs.    Frank   Buck).   .50  Marcaris   Street,   St.   Augustine.    Fla. 
Major.  Olive  A.,   1019  N.  63rd  Street.   Phila.  31.   Pa. 


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X.   Y. 

ila.,  Pa. 

Maurer,   Charles   L.,    130    E.    Linden   Avenue.   Collingsville,    X.    J. 

Maurer.   Darwin   E.,   5855  Hazel  Avenue,   Phila..   Pa. 

Miller.   Flora  M.   (Mrs.   C.    E.   Anderson),  24   Grand   Street,   Lrlton,   N. 

Miller,    Harriet,    Sawyer    County,    Reserve,    Wis. 

Moore,   Mary   Louise,  2316  WashinsTton  Avenue,   Scranton  9,    la 

Morgan,   Laura    W.    (Mrs.    Vincil   G.    Stein),    The    Buckingham    Apt. 

,1bth   Street,   Phila..  Pa.  ,     „        „  t. 

Morrow,  Mary  L.   (Mrs.   E.   B.   Wovthmgton),   Dry   Run,  Pa. 
Mulligan,  Mayelta,  1  Main  Street,  Plains,  Pa. 
Oman,  Ernest,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Peck,   M.   Evelyn,   10b   X.    Wilbur   Street,   Sayre.   Pa. 

Piekarski,    Eleanor    M.,    (Mrs.    Felix    Micks),    Chestnut    Knoll,    Millford, 
Piatt,   John   E.,   48    Breese   Street,    Wyoming.    Pa.  u      ,   . 

Rhodes,   Adda   (.Mrs.   Arthur  Johnson),  724  West   Fourth   Street,   Hazleton, 
Rosser,   Olwen,   385    Rutter   Street,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Row,    Hazel    (Mrs.    1.    C.    Creasy),    324    Centre    Street,    Bloomsburg, 
.Seasholtz,   Helen    (Mrs.    W.   M.    Burroughs),    Belle  Mead,    X.   J. 
Shiffer,  Anna  M.   (Mrs.  T.   Peters),  30  Miner  Street,  Hudson.   Pa. 
Shovelin,  Joseph  A.,  Kulpmont,   Pa.  ,  .         ,         .^,  ,-, 

Siller,   J.    Wesley,    1915   .X.    Catai:na    .Avenue,    Los   Angeles,   (.alif. 
Slocum,  A.  Louise  (Mrs.  H.  G.    Williams)    1024  Main  Street,  Old  Forge, 
Smith,   Marion  C.   (Mrs.   C.  O.   Moore),  2  Halsey   Street,   Freeport,   L.   L, 
Sneidman,   Bruce,  Almedia,   Pa. 
Soufhwood,  Mary,  34   X.   Walnut   Street,   Mt.   Carmel,   Pa. 
Sturdevant,    Edith    (Mrs.    G.    R.    Leonard)    Xorth    Miami,    Fla. 
Tucker,    Mabel   L..   44    Wheeler   Street,    Deposit,    X.    Y. 

Tusar,   Julia  C,    Forest    City,    Pa.  „       „   ,, 

Warden,  Helen  L.  (Mrs.  J.  R.  Garbutt).  Center  Hill  St..  Dallas,  Pa. 

Watkins,    W.    D.,    43    Walnut    Street.    Wheeling.    W     V  a . 

Wilkinson,  Mabel  W.  (Mrs.  T.  E.  Walton).  6908  Willow  St.,   N.  W.,  Wash.,  D.C 

Williams,    Mae,    136    East    Xoble    Street,    Nanticoke,    Pa. 

Williams,   Rhea   L.,    Factory  villa.    Pa. 

WUIiams.  Sarah  E.  (Mrs.   A.   L.  Orner),  R.  D.  No.   1,  Rockton,   Pa. 

Yoder,  Jennie  M.  (Mrs.  E.  A.  Foley),  8134  Herring  Street,  Fox  Chase,  Phlla 

Yorks,   Elsie    (Mrs.    William    Tones).    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Zimmerman,   Vema    (Mrs.    R.    .\.    Dresher).    Ringtown,    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1909 

Barrow,   Harrison  R.,   Smith    Road   Xo.   5,   Dayton,   O. 

Bennett,  Sue  A.,    (Mrs.    H.    S.   Leathers),    Box    B.   Knoxville,    Pa. 

Belts,    Bessie   B.,    (Mrs.    R.    Mitchell)    Damascus,    Pa. 

Bevan,  Mary  F.,   Mauch  ("hunk.   Pa. 

Bierman,  Ethel  L,  (Mrs.  W.  M.  Somerville),  38  Fayette  Street,  Cumberland,  Md. 

Birth,  Jennie,  Broad  and  Fourth  Sts.,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Black,   Martha,   614  Second   Street.   Waukegan,   111. 

Bryant,  Leon  D.  (Dr.),  1601  State  Tower  Building,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 

Burlingame,  Charles  E.,  511  E.  Third  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Callender,  H.  LeRoy,  296  King  Street,  Northumberland,  Pa. 

Carr,  Nora  D.,  12   Tackson  Avenue,  W^est  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Clancy,  Nora  G.  (Mrs.  Bernard  Lavins),  3626  Quesada  Street,  N.  W.  Chevy  Chase, 

Wash..  U.  C. 
Creasy,  Elhel  L.  (Mrs.  D.  D.  Wright),  58  E.  Fifth  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Cryder,  J.  Allee,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Diehl,  Fred  W.,  627  Bloom  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 
Eaton,  Emma  (Mrs.  Wm.  P.  Perrego).  R.  D.  No.  3,  Dallas,  Pa. 
Eisenhauer,  Edward  R.,  Mifflinville,  Pa. 
Fagan,  Elizabeth,  583  N.  Church  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Fairchild,  Enola,  162  Hanover  Street,  Nanticoke.  Pa. 
Ferber,  Sadie  M.,  324  Monroe  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Fisher,   Scott    (Dr).   Summer  —  Thousand   Island    Park,    N.   Y.    Winter  —  2814  S. 

Peninsular   Drive.   Daytona    Beach,    Fla. 
Flanagan,  Hannah  V„  (Mrs.  Gallery),  13  Valley  Street,  Silver  Creek,  Pa. 
Fleckenstine,  Jessie  R.  (Mrs.  Clinton  Herring),  Orangeville,  Pa. 

Garrison,  Florence  (Mrs.  C.  H.  Danforth).  607  Cabrillo  Ave..  Stanford  Univ.,  Calif. 
Gibbs,  Alice  V.  (Mrs.  J.  Roy  Burnett),  Box  92,  New  Vernon,  X.  .1. 
Gillgallon,  Mary  (Mrs.  J.  Rockefeller,  Jr.),  305  Montgomery  Ave.,  W.  Pittston,  Pa. 
Harrison,  Neil  S.,  R.  D.  Orangeville,  Pa. 
Hart,  Alberta,  10  Scott  Street,  Carbondale,  Pa. 

Harlzell,  Sarah  E.  (Mrs.  D.  D.  Ogilvie),  1119  Idaho  St..  Elko,  Nev. 
Heller,  Irma  L.  (Mrs.  C.  F.  Abbott),  Espy,  Pa. 
Hemingway,  H.  Gladstone,  541  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Hess,  Geraldine  (ilrs.  G.  E.  Follmer),  R.  D.  No.  2,  Benton,  Pa. 
Hinckley,  Bess,  237  Sunbury  Street,  Riverside,  Pa. 

Hobbes,  Gertrude  (Mrs.  J.  E.  Pooley),  14  Academy  Road.  Madison,  N.  J. 
Houck,  Frederick  E.,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Hughes,  Mary  L  (Mrs.  H.  N.  Lake),  26  Terrace  Street,  Carbondale,  Pa. 
Ikeler,  Kenneth  C,  302  Cecil  Road.  University  Park,  Hyattsville,  Md. 
Kase,  Harriet  (Mrs.  Toland),  2  Cross  Keys,  Danville.  Pa. 
Keller,  Vema  (Mrs.  Frank  Bever),  R.  D.  No.  4.  Bloom  Road,  Danville,  Pa. 
Kenna,  Genevieve  (Mrs.  E.  S.  Hort),  40  Clarkson  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  N.  \. 
Kester,  Eura  M.,  2620  Second  Avenue,  S.  Great  Falls,  Mont. 
Kmgsbury,  Ethel  (Mrs.  P.  W.  Mann),  602  Quincy  St.,  N.  W.,  Wash.,  D.  C. 
Kinlner,  Sadie,    .Meshoppen,   Pa. 
Klingerman,  John  E.,  Mainville,  Pa. 

Klingerman,  Oliver,  West  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa.  .   ,     ^,    _ 

Knapp,  Jeannie  L.  (Mrs.  L.  R.  Ames),  1921  Reid  St.,  Keyes  Barton,  Raleigh,  X.  C. 

Kriunm,  L.  Thurman,  97  Overlook  Road,  Upper  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Kuschke,  Anna,  1216  Oram  St.,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Mahoney,  D.  J.,  589  Carey  Avenue,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Major,  Cora,  1019  N.  63rd  Street,  Phila.  31,  Pa. 

Major,  Kathleen  (Mrs.  H.  A.  Brown),  Lehman,  Pa. 

Marcy,  Eva  (Mrs.  J.  G.  Pace),  W.  Vaughn  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Martin,   Kalherine   (Mrs.   A.   J.    Klinges),  426   W.    Maple    .Street.   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Malz,  Robert  L.  (Dr.),  140  S.  Second  Street,  Lewisburg,  Pa. 

Meneeley,  Gertrude  M.,  745  River  Street,  Peckville,  Pa. 

Moyer,  Harold  L.,  740  E.  Second  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Parker,  Marion  E.  (Mrs.  E.  Fall),  139  Whipple  Street,  Prescott,  Ariz. 

Parks,  Edith  B.  (Mrs.  W.  B.  Landis),  819  Jefferson  Ave.,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Pilner,  Harriet.  Deans,  N.  J. 

Potts,  M.  Reinee  (Mrs.  O.  B.  Jacob),  Fulsum,  Pa.  ,     ,  „  ,       „    ^     r. 

Priest,  Florence  A.  (Mrs.  M.  W'.  Cook),  R.  D.  No.  2.  Cortez.  Red  Oaks,  P.  O..  Pa. 

Reese,  Marjory  (Mrs.  Charles  Penman),  4  Llandille  Road,  Havertown,  Pa. 

Rogers,  Laura  (Mrs.  L.  W.  Ander).  106  King  Street,  Aliquippa,  Pa. 

Ruhl,  Jessie  (Mrs.  W.  M.  Reber),  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Rummer,  Alvin,  c/o  City  Schools,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Schooley,  Emeline  (Mrs.  R.  L.  Hazeltine).  Trticksville.  Pa. 

Seasholtz,  Kate  E.  (Mrs.  I.  Morris),  7048  Woodland  Avenue,  Phila.,  Pa. 

Simpler,  Julia  (.Mrs.  E.  P.  Aurand),  106  A.  Market  St.,  Tamaqua,  Pa. 

Sterner,  Samuel  J.,  2817   N.   Twelfth   Street,   Philadelphia,    Pa. 

Slroh,  Rebecca  E.  (Mrs.  Lyman  Williams),  Alderson,  Pa. 

Sulliff,  Maude  (Mrs.  W.  Gunther).  Bally,  Pa. 

Tobin,  Teresa,  Freeburg,  Pa. 

Toole,  Sue  E.,  Freeburg,  Pa. 

VanCampen,  Carrie  E.,  Chinchilla,  Pa. 

Vought,  Sallie,  Catawissa,  Pa.  ..... 

Wallace,  Almah  (Mrs.  W.  F.  Scholl).  Box  1135,  Gordon  Apts.,  Ajo,  Ariz. 

Welliver,  Waller  C,  251  Jefferson  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Welsh,  Bertha  (Mrs.  Clair  Conner),  Orangeville,  Pa. 

While,  LeRoy,  181  Madison  Avenue,  Clifton,  N.  J. 

Williams,  George,  P.  O.  Box  205,  Des  Plaines,  111.  ,      „      ^ 

WUIiams,  Lydia  P.  (Mrs.  V.  E.  Lewis),  185  Green  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Wilner,  Robert  F.,  Sagado,  MP,  Phillipines. 

Wilsey,  Helen  (.Mrs.  Scott  Rutledge),  Tyler  Hill,  Wayne  County,  Pa. 

Wilson,  Alice  W.  (Mrs.  H.  Tucker),  Morganza,  Pa. 

Woodring,  Nora  (Mrs.  G.  E.  Kenney).  7011  Erdrick  Street,  Tacony,  Phila.,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1910 

Adams,  Frank  R..  Saint  Johnsbury,  Vermont.  „,         ,    ^  ,,      ,  „ 

Altmiller,  Hilda  A.  (Mrs.  T.  R.  Taylorl,  Rear  598  X.  Church  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Andrews,  Elhel  Velma  (Mrs.  W.  A.  Rutland),  100  Meadow  Street,  Garden  City, 

L.   I..  N,   V.  f  „,   ,  , 

Anwyl,    LUa     (.Mrs.     Harold    Davis).    73    Worcester    Lane,    Waltham,    Mass. 
Barrett,  Mary  A.,  51  Eppert  Street,  East  Orange,  N.  J. 
Beach,  Marie  (Mrs.  A.  N.  Xewman),  Mettaline  Falls,  Washington. 
Bomboy,  Harold.  711  Catawissa  Avenue,  Sunbury,  Pa. 
Bond,  Sare  E.,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Dallas,  Pa. 
Box,  Harold  C.  R.   D.  No.  1,  South  Canaan.   Pa. 
Brill,  Julia  G..  8  Heatherbloom  Apts.,  State  College,  Pa. 
Brobsl,  Bertha,  .iOl  E.  Fourth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Brown,  Blanche,  32  Beck  Avenue,  Akron,  O 
Brown,  Fannie,  52  S.  Sherman  St.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Brown,  LaRue  E.,  1134  Market  Street,  Lewisburg,  Pa.  -,,,., 

Burdick,  Luella  (Mrs.  L.  Sinquet),  539  Woodland  Ave.,  Haddonheld,  X.  J. 
Burlingame,  Lester,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Cain,  Margaret  A..  Centralia,  Pa. 
Cole,  Robert,  .507  Walnut  Street,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich. 
Corse,  Edith  C.  (Mrs.  R.  C.  Tingley),  R.  D.  No.  2,  New  Milford,  Pa 
Davis,  J.  Anna  (.Mrs.  W.  D.  Weir),  45  Bedford  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 
Donovan,  Anna  K.,  19  Phillips  Street,  Boston  14,  Mass.  „.  .r, 

Edwards,  Effie  (Mrs.  C.  Potter),  517  Washington  Avenue,  Jersey  Shore,  Pa. 
Edwards,  Mary  G.  (.Mrs.  Clarence  Miles),  294  Charles  Street,  Luzerne,  Pa, 
Evans,  Kathryn  M.  (Mrs.  McGowan),  1402  Linden  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Fetterolf,  Howard,  42  N.  27th  Street,  Camp  Hill,  Penna.  ,    x-    t 

Freas,  Agnes  Amelia  (Mrs.  Thomas  Keiser),  201  Hadden  Ave.,  Collingswood,  X.  J. 
Geise.  Nora  E..  115  Queen  Street,  Northumberland,  Pa. 
Gilner,  Grace  (.Mrs.  Fred  Zane),  Sterling,  Pa.  . 

Hanks,  Anna  (Mrs.  Phil  Higgins),  110.35-72  Road,  Forest  Hill,  L.  I.,  N.  \. 
Heifsman,  Florence,  Dallas.  Pa.  .     .       ,      ,  ^-       t         n      j    m    T 

Hess,  Helen  M.  (Mrs.  Gilvert  Terhune),  Apple  Acres,  Newfoundland    N.  J. 
Holland,  Josephine  (Mrs.  R    W.  Greenwood),  27  Wyoming  Ave.,  Tunkhannock,  Pa. 
Hourigan,  Anna  M.,  361  X.  Main  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa 

Huebner,  Florence  (.Mrs.  Raymond  Buckalew),  17  West  Fifth  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Jones,  Margaret,  1735  Monsey  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Keeler,  Charles  W.,  124  Center  Street,  Mauch  Chunk,  Pa. 
Klase,  M.  May  (Mrs.  Swank),  Box  203,  Snydertown,  Pa. 

Klopp,  Warren,  Stouchsburg,  Pa.  „    ,,    ■      i-  »t      .-     i       tj 

Koir,  Josephme  (Mrs.  Byron  Fairchild),  139  E.  Mam  Street,  Nanticoke    Pa 
Kresge,  Olive  (Mrs.  T.  D.  Montanye).  23  W.  HoUenback  Ave.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Krumm.  Grace  (Mrs."  Barton  Savidge),  Turbotville,  Pa. 
Kurr,  Franklin  H..  Stouchsburg,  Pa. 
Laubach,  Earl,  Btnton,  Pa. 

Laubach,    Vivian   Z.,    Vine   Street,    Hazleton,    la. 
Lewis,  Sara  F.,  26  E.  Pettebone  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Low    Zora  M.  (Mrs.   W.   F.  Gemmil),  Seventh  &  Sclioonmaker  /\ve.,  Monessen 
Lowry,  Mary  (Mrs.  T.  Y.  Shambach).  2315  Page  Street,  Camp  Hill,  Pa. 

MacFarlane,    Emma'M.,  426   N.   Maple   Street.    Hazletoii.    Pa. 
McHenry,  Georgena  (.Mrs.  A.  J.  Sharadin),  Swmeford.  Pa. 

McMenamin,  Bella,   125  West   Elm  Street,  Hazleton,   Pa. 

McMenamin,  Cecelia  (Mrs.  Arthur  Gilmore),541  E.  Chelton  Ave.,  Germantown,  Pa. 

Mackin.  Gertrude  (Mrs.  McHale),  657  83rd  Street    Brooklyn,  N    V 

Maddock,    Mary   E.    (Mrs.    Raymond   Berges)     322   Mill   Street,    St.    Clair,    Pa. 

Mertz,    Blanche    (Mrs.    John    Bergen).    Belle    Mead,    X.    J. 

Metz.    Robert   C,    23    Manhattan    Street,    .\shley.    Pa. 

Milnes    Rear  W.   (Rev.),   155   Kenwood  Avenue,   Oneida,   .%.    1. 

Molllhan  Tnnr  (Mrs    J.'  A.  Corrigan),  330  West  Broad  Street,  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Monlelius.   Sara    (Mrs.    Ira   Mitterling),    Hollidaysburg,    Pa. 

Morris,  Charles  J.,   5  Olive  Street.   Lee  Park,  Wilkes-Barre    Pa.      . 

Oliver,   Margaret    (Mrs.    Fred    Walton),   335    E.    Second    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Pennington,   Florence,   R.   D.,   Orangeville,    Pa. 

Polley,    Bertha   V.    (Mrs.    J.    L.    Oakes),    Newark   Valley.    N.    ^. 

Potter,   Charies  W.,   517  Washington   Avenue,   Jersey   Shore,    ta. 

Rarig,  Emory  W.,  R.  D.   No.   1,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Ratchford,   Margaret,  Shenandoah,   Pa. 

Reeder,    Elizabeth    (Mrs.   C.    X.    Fisher),   R.   D.    Xo.    1.   Frenchtown,    N.   J. 

Robb,   Mary   E.,   122   E.   Water   Street.   Muncy,   Pa. 

Roberts,    S.    Tracy,    121    Spring    Street,    Clarks    Green,    Pa. 

Ryan,   Eleanor   (Sr.   Margaret   Mary),  College  Misencordia.   Dallas^   Pa. 

Sachs,    Anna    D.    (Mrs.    W.    M.    Allen),    214    Highland    Avenue     Darby.    Pa. 

Schoo'.ev,   Kate   (Mrs.   Karl   Stock),   Harris   Hall   Rd^,  Trucksville,    Pa.   . 

Scott    Jennie  (Mrs.   S.  T.  Herberg),   1216  W.  Van  Buren  Street,   Phoenix,  Anz. 

Shovelin,    Mary    C.    Washington    Street,    Freeland,   Pa. 

Skweir,    John,    Esq.,    .WO    S.    Tamaqua    Street,    McAdoo,    Pa. 

Sluman,   I.   Burton,  Tyler  Hill.    Pa.  ^      ,  ,  it. 

Smith,  Mabel  K.  (Mrs.  R.  B.  Ward),  69  Putnam  Street,  Tunkhannock    Pa. 

Snyder,  Enola  (Mrs.  M.  S.  Evans),  169  Hempstead  Ave.,  Rookville  Centre,  X.\. 

Thompson,  Helen  H.,  48  Xafus  Street.  Pittston.  Pa. 

Tobin.   Jennie   Elizabeth.  832  Stokes   .\venue.   Collingswood.   i\.  J. 

Tompkins.    Laura     M.     (Mrs.     Irvng    Cease),    Jermyn,     Pa. 

Trescott,  Hellen   (Mrs.   Lee   Perry),   Xew  Lyme,   Ohio 

Wertman,   Ralph   I.,   R.    D.   No.   2,   Mapleside   Farm,  Tamaqua,   Pa. 

White,  Frank  B.,  .\lmedia.  Pa.  ^,  ,      .„ 

Williams,   Marion   F.,  29  E.   Shawnee   Avenue.   Plynioiith    P,-i. 

Yost,  Lois  (Mr-.  II.  G.   W.   Smith.  751   Lincoln   Blvd.   Bedford,  Ohio 

CLASS   OF    1911 

Ashe,   Bessie   (Mrs.   A.   G.   Naunas,)   390   East   Street.   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Avery.  Iris  (Mrs.  G.  C.  Armitage.  Jr.).  Harvey  s  Lake,   la. 

Bailey    C    Carroll  (Rev.),  506  Annabel  Avenue,  Baltmiore,  Md. 

Baker,    Harold    (Dr.),    506    S.    Main    Street,    Muncy,    Pa. 

Barklie,   Jennie   M.    (Mrs.   Small),   Drums,    Pa. 

Becker,  Jacob  J.,   1501   Thayer  Street.   Los  Angeles,  Cahf. 

Bogert,    Harry    Morion,    Rohrsburg.    Pa.  . 

Boust,   C.   Merrill,   c  o    Sunbury   Trust    &    Sate   Deposit    Co.,    Sunbury, 

Brobst,   Jacob    Ralph    (Dr.),    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Burke,    Mary    (Mrs.    Tohn    Conry).    57    Seventh    Avenue,    New    \ork 

Bu=h,   Matilda  J.   (Mrs.   H.   N.   White).   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Campbell,    Irene    (Mrs.    PhiUp    Getty),    406    Dewart    Street, 

Carr,    Daniel    J.,   Seton   Hill    College,    Greensburg,    Pa. 

Chamberlain,    Mae    (Mrs.    R.    E.    Dornsife).   Cressona,    Pa 

Clune,  Mareuerite  (Mrs.  Tohn  Jennings).  25  Hilltop  Road. 

Cole,   Lillie   F.,  372   Pine   Street,    Fall   River.   Mass. 

Cole,    Raymond,    710    E.    Second    Street.    Bloom.sblirg.    Pa.  ,   ,       d 

Coleman.  Pauline  (Mrs.  E.  A.  Stimoson).  126  Willow  .-X venue,  Honesdale.  Pa. 

Collins.  Loren  L.   (Dr.).   Edwardsville.  111. 

Condron,   Anna  C,    1429   N.    Fifteenth    Street,   Phila.,   Pa.  r,.,„s;t 

Coolbaugh.    Florence    (Mrs.    W.    0.    Warner),    19365    Canterbury   Road,    Detroit 

11.   X.   Y. 

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Corrigan,  James  A.   (Dr.).  330  W.   Broad  Street.  Hazlcton.   Pa. 

Creasy,  Carlton,  -I-IS  Putter  Avenue,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Davis.   Emma,    i'mest  City.    Pa. 

Dennis,    J.    Frank,    17   Terrace    Street.    Wilkes- Barre.    Pa. 

Donahoe,    Margaret,    1419    N.    Fifteenth    Street.    Philadelphia.    P:i. 

Donahoe,    Rosalie,    92A    West    Market    Street.    Scranton.    Pa. 

Englehart,    W.    Homer,    ISJl    Market    Street,    Harnsliurt!.    Pa. 

Faust,   Ethel   M.,    (Mrs.    F.    W.   HaKenbuch),  .SOO   E.   .Second   Street.   Berwick.   Pa. 

Ferguson,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  R.  C.  I.anterm,-inl,  23:  Jefferson  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Ferrio,   George,   Jr.,    First    National    Bank    BuildinK,    Bridgeport,   Conn. 

Ferric,   Mary   G.,  tyii   Main   Street,   Dickson    City,    Pa. 

Fitch,  Pearl   (Mrs.   Fred  Diehl).  Ii27   Bloom  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Eraser,    Margaret    (Mrs.   V.   L.   Johnsonl.    .\ew    Providence.    N.   J. 

Fritz,    Ella   C.    (.Mrs.    Butfington),    Trevorton.    Pa. 

GUlis,   Catharine   (Mrs.    R.    T.   Garvey),    1005   Columbia    Street.    Scranton.   Pa. 

Greene,  Pearl   (Mrs.   D.   E.   Broome).  309  Harrison  Avenue.   N.   Brunswick     N.  J. 

Cuiterman,    Elmire    (Mrs.    J.    Linner).    2243    W.    Ontario    Street.    Phila..    Pa. 

Gulliver,    Merlin    S..    /I    Carlisle    Street,    Wilkes  Barre,    Pa. 

Harris,    Ruth,   .!nl    E.    Fourth    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 

Harrison,    Harvey    W.,    .SI    Gates    Street,    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Harrison,  Jennie  (Mrs.  K.  E.  Keeferl.  305  Ethan  Allan  Rd..  Takoma  Park,  Md. 

Hartman,  Grace   (Mrs.   Franklin  Artley),  924   Edgewood   Road,   Elizabeth,  N.   J. 

Hartman,    Helen   M.    (.Mrs.    Rov    Harris).    Buckhorn.    Pa. 

Hartman,   Louise   (Mrs.   E.   H.   Cortright),   21    Main   Street.   Shickshmny.   Pa. 

Heimbach,    Irene    (Mrs.    G.    O.    Reinhart).    10(1   Market    Street,    Lewisburg,    Pa. 

Hendrickson,  Effie  (Mrs.  W.  P.  Corbeth).  185  Grove  Street,  Plainlield,  N.  J. 

Henrie,    J.    Gilbert,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Henrie,  William  H.,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hess,    Paul    Z.,    422   West    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Hofer,  Cecelia   (Mrs.   W.    S.   Bartle),   118  Hamilton   Street,   Bound   Brook,   N.   J. 

Hoffman,  Leo  J.   .Mmedia.   Pa. 

Hower,   Ethel   (Mrs.  A.  C.   Fairchild).  Montandon.   Pa. 

Ikeler,  Donald  F.,   147  Hudson  Avenue.   Peekskill,   N.   Y. 

Jameson,   Catherine   (Mrs.    Ralph   Burrl.    Bo.\   215,    High   Street.   Troy,    Pa. 

Johnson,   Grace   F.,    175   (lueen   Street.    Northumberland,    Pa. 

Johnson,    Laura    (Mrs.    H.    T.    Walker),    1321    21st    Street,    N.    W..    Wash.,    D.    C 

Keeler,   F.   Irene   (Mrs.   Oliver)   616   Grove   Street,   Upper   Montclair,    N,   J. 

Keisser,    Thomas.    123    Madden    Avenue,    Collingswood,    N.    J. 

Kester,  Hazel  D.,   Millville.  Pa. 

Kline,   L.   Anna   (Mrs.    F.   T.    Kocher),   Espy,   Pa. 

Koehler,  Lydia,   1416  Mulberry  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Landis,   George   B.,    .Sugarloaf,    Pa. 

Lynott     Margaret,    2102    Wayne    Avenue,    Scranton.    Pa. 

McFee,   Mina   H.    (Mrs.    Tohn   Fisher).  257   Wright   .-Avenue.   Kingston.    Pa. 

Megargel.  Lavona,   (Mrs.   H.   Richards),  728  Adams  Avenue.   .Scranton,  Pa. 

Metzger,  F.  Marie  (Mrs.  Peter  Fireman).  Lambertsville.  N.  J. 

Miller,  Elverta  I.,  934  LaFavette  Avenue.  Niagara  Falls.  N.  Y. 

Miller.   Irma    l  Mrs.    A.    K.   Naugle).   119  Dalton   Street.   Roselle   Park.   X.   .T. 

Mooney.   Geraldine   A.,    131    S.    Washington   Street.   Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Morgan,    Florence    (Mrs.    S.    McLenan),    130   Murray    Street.    Bmghamton,    N.    ^. 

Myers,  Clyde  B.,   Scipio  Center.   N.   Y. 

Naugle.  A.  Kenneth,  119  Dalton  Street,  Roselle  Park,  N.  J. 

Nelson.  EIna  H.   iDr).   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Norris,    Lois    (Mrs.    C.    K.    Buengle).    Ovcrhill    Road,    I'pper    Darby.    Pa. 

OhI.   Mary   (Mrs.   Charles  Crim).   R.   D.   No.   1.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

O'Horo,  Alice  D.  (Mrs.   E.  Beavers),  900  Clav  Avenue.  Scranton,  Pa. 

Osborne,   Annette   (Mrs.   H.   H.   Frantzl.   294  Bennett   Street,   Luzerne,   Pa. 

Paisley,  Ethel  J.   (Mrs.  Owen).  R.  D.  No.  1.  Ottsville.  Pa. 

Reed,   Miriam  R.,   1552  Ansel   Road.   Cleveland,   O- 

Reynolds,   Ruth  J.,   (Mrs.   G.  W.   Hasbrouck).  Clifford.   Pa. 

Roberts,  Beatrice  (Mrs.  W.  R.  Davies).  613  N.  St.  Elmo  Street.  Allentown,  Pa. 

Ruhl,   Ruth,    I'l    Tuscan   Road.   Maplewood.   N.   J. 

Shaffer,    Blair    G'.,    Gravity,    Pa. 

Sharadin.    Abraham    J.,    Middleburg,    Pa. 

Sharpless,  Pauline  (Mrs.   H.   Harrier).  51   E.   Main   Street.   Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Shew,    Helen    M.    (Mrs.    Tames    Ferguson),    Light    Street.    Pa. 

Shuman,  Grace  E.  (Mrs.  Harrv  Tohn).  R.  D.  No.  3.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Simmons,  Marearel  £.,  (Mrs.  H.  C.  Yost).  607  N.  Locust  St.,  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Smith.  Harry  A.  (l)rl.  15  N.  Franklin  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Smoczynski,   Josephine,   (Mrs.   Chester   Dlugokecki).  632   Dorchester  Avenue,   S. 

B.,st,,n.   M;,~s, 
Snyder,   Irene  (Mrs.   D.   I,.  Ranck).  35  Market  Street.  Lewisburg,  Pa. 
Spring,  EmUv  M.  (Mrs.  H.  P.   Monahan).  Hawley,   Pa. 

Steiner,  L.  May  (Mrs.  G.   E.  Gamble.  Jr.),  2811   N.   12th   Street,  Phila.,  Pa. 
Stuntz,   Katherine   (Mrs.   Sheldon    Raricks).  301    East    11th   Street.    Berwick,   Pa. 
Sturdvant,   Vida  J.   (Mrs.   AUie   Carter).   R.   D.,   Laceyville,    Pa. 
Sullivan,   Loretta  G.,    (Mrs.   V.    P.    Swartz),    Forest    City.    Pa. 
Tigue,   Agnes  R.   (Mrs.   Charles   Barry).  216  Walnut   Street.  Kingston.   Pa. 
Treweek.   Laura    (Mrs.   James   Watkins).   Catherine   Street.    Nesquehoning.    Pa. 
Tucker,  Jennie  O.  (Mrs.  Daniel  Williams).  367  S.  River  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Tucker,   James   Walter,   319   Chestnut    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 
Turney.  Myrtle  M.  (Mrs.  Roy  Ash).  183rd.  &  Pinehurst  Avenue,  New  York  33, 

N.   Y. 
Vannatta,   Miriam   E.   (.Mrs.   Russell   Freas).  40.15   Chestnut   Street,   Phila.,   Pa. 
VanReed,    Mabel    (Mrs.    R.    T.    Lavton),    Franklin,    N.    J. 
Warden,    Clara    May,    Dallas.    Pa. 

While,  Elizabeth  A.,  48  E.  Fifth  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Whitmire,  Jennie   (Mrs.   J.   L.    Helt).  402   E.    Fifth   Street,    Berwick,   Pa. 
Wiant,    Anna    K.,    Nurses    House.    Babylon.    T^.I..    N.Y. 
Williams,  Annie  C,  1552  Ansel  Road.  Cleveland,  O. 
Winter.  Elsie  A.  (Mrs.  Chase  Herrick),  Putnam  &  CHay  Sts.,  Tunkhannock,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1912 
Andres.  Lydia  (Mrs.  Edward  C.  Creasy).  148  W.  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Appleman,  Julia  (Mrs.  Herbert  Keller).  442  Forest   Place.  Culver.  Tnd. 
Ash,  Lenore  (Mrs.   E.    I.   Burke),  38  Columbia  Avenue,  Tacoina  Park,  Md. 
Austin,    E.    Raymond,  30  Marshall    Street,    Wilkes  Barre,    Pa. 
Baldy,  Rupert,  C.-itawissa.  Pa. 

Barrett,    Dora   L.    (Mrs.    Golden).    374   Osceola   Avenue,    Kingston,    Pa. 
Barrow,  Clarence  E.,  Ringtown.   Pa. 

Barrow,  George,  2S  Overlook  Terrace.  Nutley  10,  N.  J. 
Beagle,  Levi  R.,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Bennett,   Erma   (Mrs.   Guy    McBride).   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Berry,  Iva   (Mrs.   H.  J.   flreaves).   \Yaverly.   Pa. 
Bidleman.    Ercel    D.,   321    E.    First    Street,   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Blecker.  Florence  (Sirs.  Frank  Crouse).  114  I'leasant   St.,  Danville.   I\-i. 
Boyer.  Ruth   (Mrs,   F.   P.  Graybill).  Paxtonville.  Pa. 
Brill.  Clinton  Fiske,  333  East  6Sth  Street,  New  York.  N.  Y. 
Burke,    Lucy    C,   4    W.    Newport    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Byerly,    Margaret    (Mrs.    Morrison!.   214    Walnut    Street,    Danville,    Pa. 
Campbell,    Myra   Louise,   Herrick   t^enter.    Pa. 

Cole,   Edith   G.    I.Mrs.    .Spangler).   5477   Olive   .-Vvenue,    Long    Beach   5,    (^alif. 
Cool,    Harold   N.,   9349   Yenice    Building,   Culver   City,    Calif. 
Creasy,   Fred  J.   (F^r.),   Berwick,   Pa. 

Crouse,   Foster  C  211   Oakview  .^ve..   Swissdale   P.   O..   Edgewood,   Pa. 
Curtin,    Anna    Cecilia,    Shenandoah.    Pa. 
Curtis,  Carrie  I.  (Mrs.   Loomis),  Waymart.  Pa. 

Daily,  Theresa  (Mrs.   Frank   Bachinger).   Eighth  &   Poplar  Sts.,  Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Davis,   Frankie,   28  South   Street.   Red   Bank,    N.   J. 
Davis,  Harriet  (Mrs.  J.  Davidson),  Capouse  .\venue.  Scranton,   Pa. 

Davis,   William   H.,    185   Washington    Street,   Binghamton,    N.    \ . 

Dean,  Anna  G.,  7  .S.   Tartlin  .Street.  Shenandoah.  Pa. 

Derr.  Mabel  H.  (Mrs."  J.  DeMott).  Eyers  Grove.  Pa. 

Derrick.   Grace   H.    (Mrs.    .Marion   Boat).   7520   17th    Street.   N.    W..    Wash..    D.   C. 

Derrick.  Mame  E.  (.Mrs.  Homer  Ziegler).  Herndon.  Pa. 

Doran,  Jessie,  k.   I).  No.  3,  Moscow,  Pa. 

Duy,  Albert  W.,  Jr.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Eckert,  Mary  N.  (.Mrs.  Earl  Andrews).  416  Luzerne  Ave.,  West  Pittston,  Pa. 

Evans,  Leah  D.,  122  Belmont  Terrace.  .Scranton.  Pa. 

Fairchild.  Laura  (Mrs.  Ario  Everett).  517  E.  Second  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Fairchild,  Minnie  (Mrs.  Carl  Spragle),  Berwick,  Pa. 

Farley,  Lera  M.  (Mrs.  M.  G.  Yard).  Milton.  Pa. 

Fenstemaker,  Howard  F.,  408  Catherine  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Fetherold,  Harvey  S.,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Fetter.  Helen  (.Mrs.  A.  C.  Ream).  843  Monroe  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Foose,  Beatrice  (.Mrs.  McBride),  Rock  Glen,  Pa. 

Fowler,  Ethel  M.  (Mrs.  Charles  A.  .Nicely),  Walsontown,  Penna. 

Fruite,  Mary  (  Mrs.  l.lovd  Puder),  129  Oak  Road,  Maplewood,  N.  J. 

Goulden,  Martha  P.  (.Mrs.  E.  E.  Weitzel).  -Shad  Point  R.  D.  .No.  1,  Salisbury,  Md. 

Graham,  Isabel  E.  (Mrs.  I..  B.  Harper).  .Maclay  &  Cameron  Sts.,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Graves.  Harriet  E.  (Mrs.   Raymond  .Marsh).  210  Sedgwick  Drive.  Syracuse.  N.  Y. 

Haley.  Laura  C.  4928  N.  Camac  Street.  Phila.,  Pa. 

Hamer,  Bertha  I.  (.Mrs.  Ercel  Bidleman).  321  E.  First  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Harris.  Ona  C.  (Mrs    William  Henrie,  Jr.),  639  E.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Hartman.  Harriet  H.  (Mrs.  Harold  Kline).  l.?8  West  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Harlranft,  Emma  (.Mrs.  C.  L.  Tyler),  413  Fifth  Street.  Irwin.  Pa. 

Henrie.  Hazel  J.  (Mrs.  Webb  Wright).  8  East  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Hess.  Edna  M.  (Mrs.  Bruce  Fry),  E.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hess,  Esther  (Mrs.  E.  A.  Pettit),  706  Cedar  Avenue.  Pitman,  N.  J. 

Hidlay,  Mary  L.  (Mrs.  Eisenhauer).  Mifflinville,  Pa. 

Hillis,  Harriet   (Mrs.  Guy  Smith),  4*i  W.   Essex  .\venue,  Lansdowne,   Pa. 

Hirsch,  F.  Annabelle  (Mrs.  Edgar  Wade).  104  E.  Broad  Street.  Tamaqua.  Pa. 

Hodgson.  Margaret  (Mrs.  Charles  Johnson).  Elmhurst  Blvd.,  .Scranton.  Pa 

Houghton.  Laura  I.Mrs.  William  Peacock),  143  Ridgway  St.,  E.  Stroudsburg,  Pa. 

Irvin.  Irene  M.,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Johnson,  Bina  W.,  University  of  Maryland,  College  Park,  Md. 

Johnson,  Marie  (Mrs.  Thomas  Schmidt).  3624  Brisbane  Street,  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Keiser.  Margaret  (Mrs.  E.  W.  Samuel),  3519  Lakeshore  Drive,  Oakland,  Calif. 

Keller,  May  P.  (Mrs.  Cleo  Smith),  6115  Musgrave  Street.  Phila.,  Pa 

Kitchen,  lanthe  (.Mrs.  W.  E.  Sommers).  R.  D.  No.  1,  Trucksville,  Pa. 

Kline,  Ruth  G.  (Mrs.  J.  W.  Everett).  1127  Grant  Street,  Indiana,  Pa. 

Klinger.  Edna  (Mrs.  W.  C.  Rhinehart).  R.  D    No.  2.  Sunbury.  Pa. 

Koehler.  Charlotte  A.,  31  Cobb  Avenue.  White  Plains,  N.  Y. 

Kremser,  Artie  Ambrose,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Leitzel.  Lena  (Mrs.  C.  H.  Streamer).  604  Haddon  Avenue.  Collingswood,  N.  J. 

Lowry,  Florence  I.Mrs,  ("ieorge  Pizer,  Jermyn,  Pa. 

Martin,    Edith    (Mrs.    G'meiner),    1000    Logan    Street,    Denver,    Col. 

Mausteller,  Ray,  403  E.  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

McCann,  Nell.  .^08  Wheeler  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa 

McCollum,  Elizabeth,  Peru,  Nebr. 

McGirk,  Ethel  (Mrs.  S.  E.  Eby),  604  N.  Chester  Road,  Swarthmore,  Pa. 

Merritt,  Florence  (Mrs.  G.  F.  Dixon),  116  E.  Park  Place,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Metsinger,  Helen  G.,  308  E.  Centre  Street,  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 

MUler,  Jennie  L.  (Mrs.  Charles  Savidge),  Hallstead.  Pa. 

Monahan.  Ruth.  440  Carev  .Xveniie.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Nikel,  Emily  (Mrs.  Tohn  Gladhill),  101  Emerald  Avenue.  Westmont,  N   J. 

O'Donnell.  Marie  R.  (Mrs.  Reinhart),  Club  Lane,  Havertown,  Pa. 

Pachniche,  Frances  (Mrs.  D.  E.  Fetherolfl,  Freeburg.  Pa. 

Pollock,    Orrie   N.,   39   .-Xtherton   Avenue,    Wyoming,    Pa. 

Potts,  P.  Clive.  9  Macopin  Avenue.  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Qualey,  Elizabeth  (Jlrs.  B.  B.  Lvden),  72  Park  Street,  Carbondale,  Pa. 

Rees,   Ernestine   (Mrs.   E.   T.   Davis),   c/o  Supt's   Home,   State  Hospital,   Clarks 

Siiiliiiiit,    Pn. 
Reice,  Arma  W.  (Mrs.  Cvril  Trivelpiece),  105  Pine  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 
Row,  A.  Margaret  (Mrs.  W.  H.  Englehart).  1821  ilarket  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Savige,  Laurence  D.,  502  Mears  Building.   Scranton.   Pa. 
Schooley.  LeCalire  (Mrs.  Homer  Fetterolf).  Spring  Mills.  Pa. 
Secley.  Elnora  V.  (Mrs.  Charles  Remensnyder).  Nescopeck.  Pa. 
Seibel.  Marguerite  (Mrs.  Harvev),  P.  O   Box  77.  3  Coral  Gables.  Fla. 
Selway.  Martha  (Mrs.  J.  L.  .Schiefer),  7  S.  Fourth  Street.  Steelton,  Pa. 
Severance,  Lena  (Mrs.  Ray  Roberts),  R.  D.  No.  2.  Nicholson.  Pa. 
Smith.  Vema.  Trucksville.  Pa. 

Stark.  Alfarelta  (Mrs.  R.  F.  Wilner).  .Sagada,  MP..  Phillipines. 
Strayer.  Blanche  I.  (Mrs.  Chester  Reigle).  Freeburg.  Pa. 
Thomas.  Isabel,  708  Wyoming  Avenue,  West  Pittston,  Pa 
Tubbs,    Floyd,   5   Church    Street,   Shickshinny.    Pa. 
Wakeman,  Lucile  G.  (Mrs.  K.  J.  Rair),  Box  75.  Laceyville,  Pa. 
Walp,  Helen  S.,  179  Wyoming  .\venue,  Kingston,  Pa. 
Wanich,  Carl  G.,   Light  Street,  Pa. 

Watts,  Mary  Marguerite,  901  S.  Franklin  Street,  Wilkes-barre.  Pa. 
Weaver,  Eva  J.  (.Mrs.  K.  J.  Swortwood),  Mountain  Top,  Pa. 
Weaver,  William  C,  Catawissa.  Pa. 
White,   Tacy    (Mrs.    Harrv    Vetter),    Belidere.    N.    J. 

Whitebread.  Abbie  (Mrs.  Ralph  R.  Leah).  510  Franklin  Avenue.  Palmerton,  Pa. 
Whitesell,  Oscar,  Tlunlock  Creek,  Pa. 

Wilkinson,  Violet,  213  Watching  Avenue,  N.  Plainfield.  N.  J. 
Williams.  Laura.  J.M)  E.  Fraud  Blvd..  Detroit.  Mich. 

Wolf.  Mary  Grace  (Mrs.  H.  F.  Arnold).  2171  Oakdale  Avenue.  Glenside,  Pa. 
Woodring.  Esther  (Mrs.  Leon  P.  Smith).  Conyngham.  Pa. 
Zehner,  Helen  I.  (Mrs.  Clark  Fuller).  .141  Mulberry  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Zerbe,  Mary  I.  (Mrs.  Emory  Leister),  323  N.  Eleventh  Street,  Sunbury,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1913 

Adams,  Anne  E.  (Mrs.  H.  H.  Rohrbach).  Northumberland.  Pa. 

Altmiller,   Emma   (Mrs.   W.   H.    Tones),  205   W.   Maple   Street.   Hazleton.  Pa. 

Altmiller.  Ethel  M..   131   S.  Cedar  Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Appleman.  Leslie  Ray,  Benton.  Pa. 

Bakeless.  John  E..  (^reat  Hill  Road,  R.  D.,  Seymour.  Conn. 

Beers,  Clara  Mae  (Mrs.  Rarich).  139  Yost  Avenue,  Spring  City,  Pa. 

Bennett,  Orval,  (  bcstcrtown.  Md. 

Beyer,  Myron  D.,   Berwick,  Pa. 

Blakeslce,  Clarissa  (Mrs.  Smithl,  Blakeslec.  Pa. 

Boughner.   Irene   ( Mrs.   Howard  Mock).  517  Grant   Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Boyle.  Catherine  P..  606  E.  Gorgas,  Phila..  Pa. 

Boyer.  Oscar  H..  Ringtown.  Pa. 

Breisch,  Dorothy  (  Mrs.  Herbert  Dresher).  Tamaqua,  Pa. 

Breisch.  Olive  Ruth.  372  Washington  Blvd..  Indianapohs.  Ind. 

Brown,  James,  (.13  Howard  Street,  Newberry.  Pa. 

Bucher.  Hazel,  R.  K.  D.  No.  4.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Bucher,  Jessie  C,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Callander,  Estella  (Mrs.  Harry  Wright).  44  W.  Walnut  Street.  Kingston,  Pa. 

Carter,  Clarice  (Mrs.  S.  H.  Bezdjian).  .N.  Washington  .Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Cassel.  Anna  E.  (Mrs.  Ivin   F.  Keller).  34  N.  Hanover  Street.  Hummelslown.  Pa. 

Close.  Daniel  James,  Heckscherville.  Pa. 

Collins.  Marie  T..  Tnwanda.  Pa. 

Comerford.  Mary  D.,  4742  Pine  Street.  Phila..  Pa. 


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Diivli.,  Ailn  D.  (Mri..  II.  I).  ( 'niwfdnl),  2-'(i  K.  Niiilli  Slii-.l,  HcivviiK.  I';i. 
I)iivl«.  I.iiiirn.  !(.   !>.  Nci.  -',  Uiillic,  I'il. 
Orniiiri'i'.  Albirl.   Ili.»    l.ll.  Iliiiiipyn,  .\.   II. 

Di'IiiiImiii,  N.-I1I.-  Mny  ( .\1 1 «.   I.   .\lajiM).  KM  Anlll'  Sln-ol.  TiikdnM   I'jiik   1.'.  .\M. 
Dlln-r.  N.-lil.'  I  \li       l'rli;iulll.  ''.U  I.  Stircl,  VV:i«li.  I,  0.  ('. 
Kviiii.,  Il.irrii-I   lloncii    (Miv   W.    I'.   IIvikIic-I,   II"J  Wfslcrvcll  Ayiiiiii-,  N.    I'l.iin 

tUvi'liiiul,  I'ramli.  H.  iDi    i.  Mdil.  .\ililli   N:iyiil  Dinlrii'l,  (Ircnt   !.ul<c»,  III. 

KriliB,  Alin.i  (.\li  ..    I.   l).rK-lii"-»i-i).  -'H  N.   I'   Sln-i-l,  Ml.  C.irim-I,   I'a. 

I-I-II.T..1I,  lluiniT  W.,  SpiiiiK  Mills.  I';i. 

I'Imlin.'i.  I.lllli.ii  I  Mis.  rii:nl<->  K.   ,\ln..iil.  '1')  CiTilii   Slnil.   I''urly   I'diI.  I'a. 

I'rr,.«,  M.iilliii  C,  .111''  K.  I'c.nilli  Slnil.  Iliivyii-U.  I'll. 

1  ii..l.  Aiiiiilt.',  ■L'll  C.inv   ,\vriMir.  Willirs   llani-.  I'll. 

(Virion.  Kiilicit  I...  .11^  I'.liliiil  Slrc.-l.  Willi. iinsiinrl,  I'll. 

Coii/.iln..  .111. Ill  Si'lli'H,  Siili   l.iin-ii/fi,   I'liilci  Kirn. 

(^ihmI.'immii'Ii,  M.'il"  I  Mr-,  Sliiciki'yl,  1107  Chuicli  Sln-i-l,  Ilnm-'.illilr.  I'll. 

(li.Tii,  N.i'iulli-  I  Ml  V  A.  .1.  Kciirlil.  (W  l'r.iM"-i'l  I'ml*.  UnKiUlyii,  N.  V. 

(irimh.  .Sylvi.i  (\h\.    Iniilllr    iMrillliill  I.    llliiciMl»lnirK,   I'll. 
Ili'ixoili.  Mary  E.,  .'«?''  (al.iwliii  l.aiir.  Mi-iiiiilii>i,  'IVnii. 
lli'i.-,  Cliaili-h  I...    Niw    11,1-11.11  Surd,  Caiia-liila.   N.   V. 
I  !<■»-.    I  hIImt    I'aiil,    I'.-pN.    I'a. 

llcll.i,  Miii.iMi  iMis.  .1.  II.   VVIiili-1   Miiiri-  I'lailm.  N.  .1. 

llilli'..   1.11.1  II.  (Ml-.  I'liiilirr   II.    Mar-lil.  'Ill  Kinnii'llcilf  .\vi-ihii-,   Laii-aluwiic.    I'a. 
Ili.iii.    M.uiiari'l    C.   ')IK    \\i--l     lliinl    Slrci-l.    VVillianis|,nrl.    I'a. 
Ilaiiili.    I  li.ri'iHi'  Siinaiina.    K.    I>.    Nii.   .'.,  I'alatyi—a,    I'.i. 

lull.  n.   II.  iMiv,    K.iyiii.iiul   Mi'-.i-ryi-).  JI.7   Kiisl   lin-rii  Si.,   Naiilii-iiUi-.    I'a. 
.lour...    Il.-l.ii   (.    (Ml-..    I.yiu.ui    l.iHlrr),    .'iJ.'i   Cli-anlali-    An-liiu-.    K.    \.    .1. 
Joiii-n,   K.illil.-.-ii   Marlon.    1117    Miillu-ny    Sln-i-l.    Ili-iwii-k.    I'a. 
Ki-aniiy.  I.ilh.iii  M..  .1.1  .Maikil  Slii-i-1.   I'll  1  •.lull,   I'a. 
Ki-.-liT.   l-.illlli   R.   I  Mrs,   r.  .1.  ■ralhiiaii).   Vininii.   \'a. 

Ki-iiii,   lli-l.-ii  Clii-nliT  I.Mrs.  .Iiiliii  .lum-sl,    I.Sli  llaylmil  Ayniili-.    I'ly lli.    I'a. 

K.-ll.-y.    Il.-.ii.uil,   I. Ill    \y Kiia.l,    Ml.    Airy,    I'liilaili-liiliia.    I'.i. 

Kiilii-iiilall.  Uulli  II.  I  Mis.  K.   K.  'I'hiiiiiiisi.ii)  Ii25  Kiisl    l-'iniil   Slii-i-1,  lli-i-wii-k.   I'a.   M I.-   I  --tliiT  l.Mis.    K.  Clniii-iisl,  .S.I7  .lanu-s  Sm-i-l,   lla/lcliui.    I'a. 

Kiia.'llii.    l-lli.-i     Mai-    I. Mis.    Claniii-r    Mi-l.ailKlilinl,    I'lyiiiuiilli.    I'a. 

Kiinli-i,    Kiiiili.-i    <'li-avi'r,    .!(>    W'l-sl     l-"iist    .Slii-i-l,    Ml iisliiuK.    I'a. 

Klli.tiT,    M.illih    !-;.,    I  ill    \..illl    Sln-rl.    Ill 11--I1111K,    I'a. 

■  ....  L-...;  »l..l__  1,,1        I.-  l.-...l.,l.      1.: ,  II .....I  1'. 

11- k,       I', 

Kiii.tiT,    M,il|ili    I-..,    I  ill    \..illi   Sln-rl.    Ill 11--I1111K,    I'a. 

l.i>iiKi-iilii-ri:.-i,    Siisio    Hi'lrn,   .1111    K,    I-;ikIiI|i,    llirw 
l,i»vt-.    A,    IliiiiiHi*    iMis,     l.i-r),    WyalilsiiiK.     I'll. 

M.i.  Oiiiiii.-ll.    .S,.ill.-    iMis.    I''.innu-ll     rii.iiiipsiinl,    Mmiiilaiii    T")!.    I'a, 
-Lull.    Mllili.-.l   iMis.    I).    V.    Sllnvliiil,    IIS   S.    Wi-IN   Sln-i-1,    Wilki-s   Ham-,    I'a 
l,iilil.-ii.    1,.11-llsl    .'\vi-iilli-,    Iriilialia,    I'a. 
I  ,        I  1.      I    11      ,1' .1,       \ ..,      ,.11      11, .11: ,\:..     II......      M    ..I.       11     1' 

I  il 


l,.ilil.-ii.    l.ii-llsl    .'\vi-iilli-.    I  riilialia,    I'a. 

.Iw.iiils.    II.    (lli-iii-rall.    Apl.    l.M.    ll.illiiiK    Air    Hasi-.    W.isli  .    I).    ('. 

I.I. Ilk.    Kiilli    K.-liiiccn    iMls.    Ililll      L'j    Anllimrr    Avniilr.    Ai.l ir.    I'.i. 

I.  11.-111  y.    ll.-illi,.    I.ui-lla    ll>ril/l    .NIaiii   Si..    Mniliiii,    I'a. 

l.-iiil.-illi.ill.     Ill  l.-ii    .Inllll,     lll-llllill.      I'a. 

ivlill.-i.  V. -111,1  A,  1  Ml  ,    .\.  1).   Il.iiislii-i-((n'),  1'.':;  Oakwiiiiil  Avi-.,  .Niuiisti.wii.  I  ... 

My.-is.   I.lsl.-  M.-rli-.  -I.lll   Davis    I'lai-i-.   W'ilki- -  U    1  ri-.   I'll. 

Myli-s.    Clai.-iH-i-.   ."1-1   Cllarlrs   Slri-i-l.,    I'll. 

Ni.i-ly,   Kiilli   i,\li-.,    II,    II.   Su-iiu-r),    Drwail.    I'll. 

I'ailill.  Aiii.-li.i  M.  (Mis.   U.   K.  Siin-liaiil.  -IJIl  S.  Clii-sliiul   Sln-cl.   Naiuii-nki-.   I'a. 

l'..ll.-i- M.-ssiim    I.Mrs.    Kay    Daii-y.   .I.!.!    West    .llsl    SllTfl,    Kric.    I'a. 

I'.-Ki!.  Il.-l.-ii  .1,1111-,  ll.l  I'iiii-  Sln-i-i,  Daiiyilli-.  I'a, 

I'liillii,-..    M„/i.-    I  Mis.    i;,   (1,    llanii-lll.    Mux    -"'-I.    K.    I>.    N.i,    1.   (Jm-iiyilli-,    .\la. 

I'ukIi.    I:1I/,iIi,-|Ii    I..    .S-l    Malillall.ill    Slli-l-1.    Aslllrv.    I'll. 

Ui.Ii.ikIs.    .1.111 '".',.    Siilliiilaii.I    Id. ml.    Silyi-l    SlniiiK.    .Mil. 

S,-I,l,-I.    N,-lli,-   M..    Ii.l.s    SlaU-   SUi-i'l.    lliinislnil'K'.    I'a. 

SliiiiMi.  M.iry  I-'..  i.\li  ,.   I-'..   I''.  .Siirlini.  .'J  Sinipsiiii  Slii-i-l,  Wilki-s- lliin-r,   I'a. 

Skw,-ii.    Ml,  1 1,    \l,.\,l,i,i,    I'll. 

Siiiilli.  (;,-i(iii,l,-  M,ii.  I.Mis.   W.  (I.    I'lnkcrK  U.  Y).   Nii.  1.  Clinks  Sllmmil.   I'a. 
Siiiilli,   11,-1,-11   K.illi   I  Mis,    Kussi-ll   lli-aiilsU-yl   2*,   llri-c-luviiiiil  Avi'..    Iliillli,!    Hl,«.k, 
\      I 

i-i-l,   Si-raiili.ii,    r. 

I, III. .11.,       Il.llin.      ,,>•»       ,r|-,.,1ll,l|       ,\l,l,..l,      IS.II.S.lll-.       ,1.        ,. 

Walkliis.   Kay   V..    127    Iv    I'liispi-i-l    .\vt-Miu-.   Slali-   Ciilli-KC    I'a. 

W,-ii.   .1,1111-1    II.    I  Mrs.    Wlilln    Sliiliip),    1(.    I).    N,i,   ,1.    Ilriilnrliill.    N.    .T 

W.-l/i-l,    .1,1,  nil   I-'..   I'l-iiln-    Hall.    I'a. 

Williams.    KallK-iiiic,    li"    l.iln-ilv    Slii-i-1,    .'\sliU-v.    I'a. 

Yost.   (;,.ral<llni-   I..   I.Mrs,    Walli-V   T,    lli-ssl.    II-'.!  ( •,.lnillliia    Sln-,-1,    Sii 

CLASS   OF    1914 

Aii'iiila,  ,loiKi\  r,>aiiit-,   I'm  111  Kii-,1. 

AiKiist,   Olwoii   M.i   (Mrs.   (1.   A.    Ilartlfyl,    l.t'iioxvilh",   I'll. 

Asloii.    Mary    I.„   -Isll  S.    Rivii    .S|n-,-l.    Wilkes  Hiini-.    I'n. 

Ili-atly.   I'raiii:i-i>  I  Mrs,    K.    H.    Hi-yt-viilm'l.  ,1.11  Wfsl   Carlinn   Si.,   Miiu'isyilli-. 

Iloiiart.    I.i-ali    I  M 1  s.    t  li-uvKi-    l.awliiii).    HI,!    ('fiiln    Sirrcl.    lIUiiiiusluirK.    I'a. 

HniH-,   Callii-rim-    Haiily,   .11)    Dilliy    Slni-t,    I'lirly    l-'iut,    I'a. 

Iii»yi*r,   ("lay    Cialtani,    I'a\t,,iivillt-.    I'a. 

llriii|i,-iili<-rK,    l-'.ilw.ircl,    \\  i-sl     lla/li-liill    I'lllilil-    ScllDlils,    lIll/U-|,ili.    I'.i. 

Iliiiiinti-tli-i.    I'aiil    I...    Ill    K,    .M.iiii    Sin-yt,   Catawissa.    I'a. 

ilii,kl.-y.   Sli-lla    v.,   .IJ-I    K,    llruail    Slri-i-l.    Xiinlii'iiki',    I'a. 

Carr,    Iri-u,-,    ■II,'.    Ilii/li-    Sin-i-l.    Wilkt-s.  Hani-.    I'a. 

Coiilaii.    1-'.    ,1.,    -1.'   Churi-li    Slri-i-1,    I'illslnii,    I'a. 

Coiilaii,    M.    Alhi-1-la,   -U   Cliini-li    Slri-ol,    I'iUsliin,    I'a. 

C'orrlKaii.    M:iiy    .1.    (Mrs.    W.    O'llrii-lil,    71    Iniliail    'rrilil,    (tularin,    ('ana, la 

Cospi-r.    r,uilhit-    Joycii,    ,'17.1    Warren    .'\ycnue,    KiiiKsUin.    I'll. 

t'liHik.   l-'.uiiiia  (iraer,   M  iiii-i  s\  ille,    I'a 

l>elly,    llowiii-(l,    lUi.,iiiislilirK,    I'a. 

Doilnoii.  Ostmrne  Camp.  ('IliiuriM    l*"lilU.    K     IV    N-.     s.  IV 

Dl'liliiiii.    Clayttin.    Ili-iMit-k,    I'a. 

l-'.ilwarils.    Idwnl    H.    (Cenerall,    Apt.    1,11,    Uullinn    Ail     llase,    Wasll.,    I).    ('. 

l-'.llloll,   Sara    I-'..    (Mrs,    Kennelll    I..    Cain).   .I-1(,   (Iraee   .\vi-iiiie.    .\kioil.   O. 

Einniuiel,   Mary   Loin   (.Mrs.    llruvMil.    tl')   K  yer    Kuail.    Wilkes  llai  re,    I'a. 

Erdninn,    Knthryn   Mprip,   -I7fi4   JNl    Koiul,    Nurtli    .-\rIiiiKliin.   \'ii- 

Evans,    iti.iflwyil,     M,,'isii',     I'a. 

Ka([aii,    A<l.-li.i    ,,\li         lames    II,    (iiklerl,    M(.4    N,.rlll    l<e,lliel,l    Si,,    I'liil,    ,11.    I'.,. 

l-'arvi-r.    l;ili,-l    Kiilh,    -I'd-l    llii/le    .\velllle,    W.     I'llila..     I'a, 

Fausl.   M„iK-ri-l    I  \1 1  s,    lli-ayeil,    l(.    I),    .Nn.    I,    Danville,    I'a. 

F-'i*iiiii-ly,    I'aiiliiii-    Ri'Kinii,    J7    Niee    .Stiet-t,    I'rai-kville,    I'a. 

l-'orsilil.   Mlri.wii  Ji-.iiie   I  .\l  1  s.   Carel.    IKl.s   Unas  Slreel.    I larrisliui K,    I'a. 

Fritj,    Mora    ,Mi.     E     II     I  lenilersunl.    I(.    I).    ,\„.    =,,    liuliana.    i'a. 

I-'ulnicr.    Irrni-.    ,l,i«    1-^    I'm, ,11    Str,-,-I,    Tamaiina,    I'll. 

<;lan»,   Catliarine   I.Mis.    Willi. nil    Kiiililer),   5-14    .\.    \'ine   Street,    llairleti.n,    I'a. 

(;rala.    Dr.    William    Leon,    Cliureli    Street,    llazleliin,    I'a. 

r.reenley,  (li-orKe,  1,'^  I-,,  S.-venlll  Slreel,  llliiiiinsliurx,  I'a. 

(iriffillin,  Mrs.  Ailii  Conner.  J(I7  Saira  Via.  .Mariella.  (). 

Grlfdllis.    I'l-rey   Willred    I II, ,11.1.   JII7   .S.iira    Via.    Maritlla,   O. 

Hawk.  Miili,-I   Viol.i  I  Mrs,  (Iweiisl.  1,17  Division  Street,   Monesscn,  I'a. 

Il.-iiilii.  k-.oii.    M.iry     Kilna    (.Mrs,     David    Diellll    819    Lessen    Si.,    Kicllinonil,    Calif. 

Henri.-,     .l,-.,n     M. id., line,     M  i  ll'lin  ville.      I'a. 

Hidlay,    Kiitli,    II-    l<,,iirlli   Street,    lll,„,iiisl>llrK.    I'a. 

Hill.    Isali,-I   Salome   I  Mrs.    A.    K.    I.i.nnl.    ,S4    Ilelriiler    Una, I,   <;ien    Roek,    \.   J. 

IliiKlii-s,   l.lliel   Pearl   (Mrs,    II,, war, 1  (.iiiillierl  l,Jl    fv   Tllini   St.,    Hlooinsburu,   I'a. 

\ly(U\  i'.iiilin.-  I  ,M  I  s  I  (),  D,  Deeker),  U'S.S  Dttniiistiin  .\veiine,  I'lttslinrKli,  I'a. 

.lamiBon,  l-'.ditli  M.  (.Mrs,    l( ,   l(.  Ziirr.  .Ir.l.   I')')  Dnpiint   Slreel.   Kiilley   I'lirk,   I'.i. 

Ji-nniiiKs,  .Susan   (Mis,   ,\,    W,   .Stiirniaiit  4j  .^oelliii   .\venite,  'rilnkhaliiKK-k,   i'a. 

Keller,  Kiissell,  7.'.l   I  Icilk-n   l<,,a,l,   lliiltiiiiure.   M,l. 

Kinilil,-,   [lessie   (.Mrs,   Cliarles   Voiiiml,  .iS.S  Teiilll   Street,  (Jnakertown,   I'a. 

I. anil. nil,   C.    Brrtellc    I.Mrs.    Ilrilee    I. am, nit).    .'^■19    .\.    \ine    Slreel,    llazlelim,    I'a. 

l.,-lio,    llessie    I).    (.Mrs.    II.    K.    \ilK-elill,    Danville.    I'a. 

I.loyd,   H.-nri,-lla   P.,  .HI.';   \ieli,,las    I'laee,    Williainsnorl ,    I'a. 

M.l-'.lwi-e,    Kmlly    (.Mrs.    Ianies,,iil.    l'i-MiiiiiKl,,ii.    N.     I. 

Miller,    Alfred  Clayton,   Jll,    I  liL;lilaii,l    Avenue.    N,irlli|„irt,    L.l.,    N.Y. 

Miller,    I-:<l.i    iMis,    l-:vei),    14,';   W,    ■Mi.nnlaiii    Avenue.    I.aserewee/,    N.    .M.,   Klsie  P.  (Mrs.   Warri-n  Swank).  -I'lJ.s  Saul  St..  Aid.  .'X.   I'llil.n..   Pa. 

Mr. IS,    M,irlli,i    Aiin,i    (.Mrs.    Kalieselial ),   -Irtft    K.    Main   Street,    I'lymoulll,    Pa. 

Myirs.    Alice    (Mrs.    I-',    I.    Wiaiil  I    Seiliiii   Center.    N.    V. 

Ni.liolsoii.    l-dii.i    I  Mis     Nilli-nliiiuse).    K.D.    Nn.   2.   Sliieksliinny.   I'a. 

Noilun.   Lois   i\lis     II     II.   ((litis).    K.    1).   .\o.   1.   Wayinarl,    I'a. 

Olivi-r,   l<,ilpli   Arden,    llirwi,  k.    I'a. 

I'.-iiK,  Nola  C.  I  Ml-,,  Cei.iKe  lUirnell),  Heaver  Datn  Road,  R.  I).  .\o.  I.  .\slieyillc. 

\     I 
I'riti  h.iril,   E.   Forne,  (.4(1  Madisiin   Ayenite,  Jerinyn.    I'a. 
K.iverl.   Ethel   (Mrs     Ke,-k).  Hll    K.  •|'Iiiril   Slreel.    llerwiek.    I'a. 
K,-id.   I.v.i   lloyd   'Mis,    I-'.inlirey).  21.1   VirKinia  Avenue,    PittslniiKli,    I'a. 
Ki.  ki-it.    (ileiinis,    Kane,    I'a. 

Hiddl,-,  M,iri:,iret.   Isaliel,  ,'IIK   I'riispeel   Slreel,   KasI  OrailKe,   N.    I. 
Koli,-rts.    C.iil.-ton    A..     1    Ivsses.    I'a. 

Kos-iislii.  k.   M.irlli.i   F.,  214  W.    l-'iinrlll  Slreel,   Illniinisliurn,   I'a. 
Kyiii.iii,   l..iwi,-ii..-   Ilrown,   721)    Leavenwiirlli   .Street,   Sail    I'raneisco  9,   Calif. 
Scholierl,  .Saliilla  (Mrs,   K,   R.  Canipliein.  Ontario  .\pts.,  285.1  Ontario  Ril.,  N.  W., 

W  .,-li  .1)    C, 
.Selt/er,  Robert  Encch,  l-'annelt  Tiiwiisliii,  II.  S.,  I'Vanklin  County,  I'a. 
Severance,  Cora   (.Mrs,    I'",rtiesl    I'ililiiiek),    I    West    ,\veniie,   .Meshoppen.    I'a. 
Sheard.    I.oyisa    (.Mr-.    (',.    A.    ( l,i-sniiill),    Il,iv,ls    Mills.    I'a. 
.Sbimon.  .lennie   Aftnen,  .118    N,    WasIiiiiKliin    Slreel.    Wilkes.  Ilarre.    I'a. 
Straniie.   M.iry    F..    (Mis,    .\rlliiii    Dveisliaeli ).   IIIK  Sii-,|m-lianiia   .\ye..   W.    I'illston,    Evan    Ruben,    2,(1    Lee    I'ark    .\v,-lille.    Lee    I'ark,    Wilkes- Ilarre.    I'll. 
Toiirey.    M.ii  K'ui-rile    (Mrs,    Uiiaiie),   .121    Wyi.miiiK    .\\eniie.    WyinniuK,    Pa. 
V.uidersliee,    Martha    H.,    17.1    I  ili-iiw,.,,,!    Avemie.    l-'.ast    I  Iranue.    N.    J. 
Vasline.    .laroh   Hnrsh.    L'liT    Kent    U,,.i,l.    W viiii,  iv,„,il.    Pa. 

Waters.  Floienei-  L.   i.Mis,  C     I.,   Ilassertl.   1-111  .\venne.  Clifton.  N.  J. 
Weyli.innieyer.    Adah    M.,    P'd    West    River    Street.    Wilkes   Ilarre.    I'a. 
Wi-iss.   I.i.ila   iMis    C,    I-:,  Cliamlierlain).   Mesliopiien,    I'a. 
W.-lliv,-r.    Charlotte    I.Mrs,     ll.„-li),    OrniKeville,    I'll. 
White,    M.irlha,     Isl    I'.-iiii,-    Slr,-,-l.    lll,.i.iiisl,iirK.    I'a, 
Wiiit,-i.   11,'i.sie  (.Mis.    M.i. My).  271)  K.    Ilr,.a,l   Street.   N'anlieoke.   I'a. 

CLASS   OF    1915 

Albert.   Ruth   M.   (Mrs.    Dallas  C.    Haer)   24    Huron   .\ve..   Norwoml,    Pa. 

Ilaer.   Alma   M.   (Mrs.    K.    Llerena),   .s27    Run   .Inealiy   .■Ml"  Tllel-espolis.    Ksta,!,,  ,le 

1;,..    Ill     l,iii,-ir,i.    Ilra/il 
11.111111.    Martha    (Mrs.    CeiirKe   Miiorel,   20!)   Water  Street.    r,,ll -l,,\vii   .1.    I'a. 
111.11  kiiiaii.    nnicc,   4')   W.    I'ellelione   .Street,    Korly    Fort,    I'a. 
Boone,   Eiilab  M.   1  M 1  s,   SliieKcl),   Kspy,   Pa. 
nr.ue,    -Sar.i    A.,    (  t.iiks    Stlmiiiil.    I'a. 

ItraniiiKiin.   Margaret   M.    (.Mrs.    I-'rank    Martin),    le,]il,i.    I'a. 
llianniiiK.    Jnanlta    (.Mrs,    Daviil    Siesholts),    128    \V.    I'liiladelphia    .\vr.,    Voungs- 

InlMI,     (1 

Breslin,  Catherine  B.  (.Mrs,   (I     \.  Aletonl,  4  N.    Ilriiimie  St..   Port  Jervis,  N.  Y. 
Brower,  Mary  A.  (  ,\1 1  s.   I'Mnu-r  I  larrinKl"ii),  I'4II9  Hee,-liw,io,l  Drive,  Clievy  Cliiise 

C;.    M,l 
Btirliniraine,    Alva,    lliiiir   Creek.    I'a. 

Burs,    Etta    I.Mr-,    W,   Cuy    Kvaiis).    11)1.   ^■,,rk    .-Vvenue.    West    I'illston.    Pa. 
Cherrie.    Joseph,    o'l    Roliert    .Street,    .-Milen    Station.    Pa. 

Carey.    Laura    E.    (Mrs.    K.    M.    Kllswortli)    2<)  Cersliorn    I'laee.    KinRslon.    P.l. 
Clark.    Anita    Jam-    (Mrs.    I'"rank    II.    Cnliier).    M..iilaiia    Stile    Colleue.    Ihii-enian, 

Conlan,    Franeid   J.,    Piltsliin.    Pa. 

Crumb.  S.idii-  M.,  12.12  V  Slreel.  S.  K..  W.isli,.  D.  C. 
Cryd.-i.  Mill. lid.  (M  D).  Ca|.e  .M.iy  Ciiurlli.nise.  .N.  .1. 
Culv.-i.    I), . lull    L..   Clover    Ri.lite    I-'arnis.    I.aeeyville.    Pa. 

Davis,   llild.i  C.ertrudc   I.Mrs.    Lennaiil    MomaiO.  81    VilRinia  Terr.ace.    Forty    Fori 
Dieseroad.    M.irie    A..     llloonislinrK.    I'll. 

Diet/.    Nettie   C.    iMis     1.    .\.    Liixlon).   48,12  Conrac.    Phila.,    Pa. 

Dollman,    Warren    A..    12    F..    KiKlilh    Street.    lll,i(misliiirK.    Pa. 

Dreibelbin.   M.   Esther,  4S.^  Cramalan   .■\veiiile.   Apt,   2   F.   Ml.   \  ernon,   X.   N. 

Duy,   .losephine   V.    (Mrs.    l-'rank    lluleliisi.iO,    LSI)  Cliestnut    Si.,    llkioinsIiwrK,    Pa. 

Fairehlld,    Lois    M..    li,2    llanover    Slreel,    Nanlieoke,    Pa. 

Faux,    l-'red    W.,   (JHl    I'^    Cainewuon    -Street,    Sllainokin,    Pa. 

Finke,    Ward    E.,    122    K.    I.llll    Slreel,    llerwiik,    I'll. 

Freii.s,   Lois  G.   (Mr-     Cenrne   F.    Stalll).  .1.127   VVisImw    .Avenue,   Fresno,  Calif. 

Gerrily.    Helen    M..   (.17    N.    Main    Street.    Pitlston.    I'a. 

Girton.   Laura.    K     D     No.    1.    Danville.    I'a. 

Cress.     Wniiam     (111),     .118     W.     Market     Street.     Potlsville,     Pa. 

C.riesmer.    Theresa,    2')    William    Street.    Wilkes   Ilarre,    Pa. 

Cronka,   Kli/,iheth    I.Mrs.    Ravin).   48   W,    Main   Street,   (lien   Lyon,    I'.i 

C.undrv.   M.iry    A.    I.Mrs.   \V.    I.    I'rizer),   742  Cornell   Avenue,   Drexel    Mill,    I'.i. 

Guntoii,   Kiitli  M.   iMrs.    FlwiKid    FarrelU,  9  Waverly    Road,  I.Iancrck,   Pa. 

Harris.    II,  I. -11    E.    1  M  rs.   (1.    W.    .Mitonl.  4    X.    Ilroome   Street,    Port   .lervis,   X.Y. 

H.iKi-iiliii.  ti,    (itihert,    ll,-i  wiek.    Pa. 

HeadinRS.    Esther    A.,    Milloy,    I'a. 

Helfrich,    Esther   Catherine.    2(i    Park    .\venue,    Wilkes  Ilarre.    I'.i 

Hess.   Mary    E.   (Ml-,    Waller  Criroii).    17,1.1   W'est    Front    Street.    llerwiek.   Pa. 

Hwiij.  Norma  (Mr-,   W,   R,   MeCreaily'l.  Ill)  S.  Cliesliull  .Street.  Siimniil    Hill.  Pa, 

Hosier.   Carl   Leon    (Dr),    1722   .\illinis    .\venue.    Seriinton,    Pa. 

Houser,    Ciielehen,    20?    X.     Main    Street,    Taylor.     I'a. 

Htitebinifs.  Marion  iMis.  Slumt.f).  Roek  (^len.  Pa," 

Ikeler.    Reheee.i.      1  '   W.    Filth   Street.    llkKinisliurL-.    I'a. 

Jones,    Anne   PhillipK,    11"   W.    Shawnee   .\venue,    Plyiuoulh,    I'a. 

Kindi«.     Roy    C.    Clearliekl,     I'a. 

Koehli-r.  Ruth  (Mrs    C.e,irKe  IlavesK  .122  Harrison  Avenue,  Seranton,  Pa. 

Koonti,    Roy    H,,   9   .Shaiiliork    lirive.    OiauKe,    Conn. 

Lawall,    Miriam    (Mr-,    Hovt    K,    Heller).    W.ipwallolien.    P,1. 


Losioo,   Fnnnip  E.   |MI^.    K.    II.    \\  .imlil  l,   S.l')   \,    \  iiu-  Slu-rl.    l^i/lrloii.    I';i. 
Lriirhaw,   Cnthrrinr    I  Mrs.    Ilil  Irnlirnilci  >.    U.    II.    No.    .S,    llloiiillslmrK,    I'll. 
Lilll.'.  Ki.llifriiif  (Mrs.    h.lin   l!;iki-l<'ss),  Cveat  Hill  Riiml.  Sfymiiur,   U.  I).  No.  2, 

Mari'lu'lti.    AiiRi'linn    (Mrs.    Au^nsl    Mii-liolhii-1.    1(1.1    Oniiui    S(li'i-(.    Clidcii.    N.    .1. 
Mailiii,    Edith    I..    I  M  i  s,    l.^iismil.    I.adnl    SpiiiiKs.    \.    I. 

MauriT.    Myitl.-.    M.    (  \l  i  s.    .|,,l,„s,,i,  I.    ^.WJ    lliucliiiK     Kua.l.    M  .nh.uil  villi-.     \.     I.,   Lois  M.  I.Mis.    ILiil.iii   .Siivili-rl.  <  iil.iwiss.i,    I'a. 

M.Ciiir.-,   Dora   Floieiice,   S.H11I1I11..0U   CdUils.  .I.IJIl   ll.lll   .S(.,   N.   \V.,   Wash.,    I).   C. 
Mcr.<.c.    l.i^o   J.,   K.lll    \.    hranUrm    SliiTt,    l'ii(  I  s(ii«  n,    I'a. 
Mih's.  Mihh'<-d  iMis.   II, mv    UaU(,.Ml,  .Shan-t  luwii,   I'a. 

Mil.hll.  H.i.-n   iMis    liwiii   K.   WiaviM).   N.    K.ihirts  Aviiiur.   Niw   Ihill.inil,   I'a. 
Moss.    I.i'oiia    Gcrtriidp,    ,SJ(i   .S.    Kixcr    .'stiri'l.    W'ilkrs    Hailc,    I'a. 
Oman,   Clara    A.,   MX    .Massaihnsil Is   Avriiui-.    N.    K..    Wash,    I).    ('. 
PaniU'baki-r,  Maude  (Mrs.   I.awifiu-r   lIlKU'rhclil).  ».'.'  N.  .Imu'  Slrrrl,   I  IhII.vwdiiiI 



ll.i/hl I'a. 

N.  V. 

I'ahiuTloii,  I'a. 


llas|,t.,nrK    III' 

Pooli-y,    Ruth    K.,    n     I)     No.    1.    lll,„.insl)urK.    I'a. 

Rei5!i,    Grace   Josephine,    Jl    .Mrxainii-r    Sliic-(.    WilKt's    Maiic.    I'. 

Rice,   Dorothy    i\li~     I'.iiil   Williainsl,  (.-11    W.    IliaiiiMTi.l   .\vnuii'. 

Richnrd.s,  EliralMth  Chubb,   llll  .V.lains  St.,   I- leilaliil,  I'a. 

Rabbins.  Shirley  J.,  Kus.ilinil  Canlrns  .Ajils.,  Diililis  Kerry, 

Roldan,  Ramon  Selles,  San   l.nreii^o.    I'or(i)  kii'o. 

Roth,  Beatrice  H.  I  Mrs.   II.  W  Krevesl.  .177  l.afayelle  Ave, 

Rudy,  Anna  Genevieve,  IJ.I  I'",.  C'rarv  Ave.,  Ml.  Vernon,  N. 

Sarichs,  Edith  May,  'HI  Mirklieik  ,S|.,  Kreelanil,  I'a. 

Schu,  Leo  William,   l.uellst  (lap,   I'a. 

Shepherd,   Irene  S.  (Mrs.  T.  C.  IIiiaK).  i24  rolunili 

\.  ,1. 
Shuman,  John  H.,  .ICiS  V..  Main  .^(reel,  HlooiiishnrK,   I'll. 
Sick,  Adona,  .'IJ  l.iiK-oln  Ave.,  KnilieoK.  N.  "l'. 

Smith.  Frances  M.  (Mrs.  Van  ( '.   Lewis).  Dalloii.   Wi..  K.   I).   No.  1. 
Smith.  Marguerite  E.,  4.17  S.    Kiver  .Slreel.  Wilkes    ll.iiir.   I'a, 
Sturgis,  Elizabeth,  J').1(,  llelrose  Ave.,  .Snulh  IlilK.   I'il  I  k1i.   I'a. 
Symhid.  Albert   F.,  Slun.iii.loah,   I'a. 

Swigart,  Marie  L.  (Mrs.  W.  \'.  Slioeni.iker I.  Kspv.   I'a 
Thoniiis,  Elsie  E.  (Mrs.  Wm.  C.  llurKer),  H.  I).   No.  A, 
Thomas,  Ruth  E.  (Mrs.  Carl  Marelil.   MiKonI,  Del. 
Trembley,  Paul  M.,  .',W  K.  .Sdeel,   HlooiiislinrK.  I'a. 

Watkins,  Mary  (Mis.    Louis   I'..   Wtlinl.  7J5  N.   Hriiwnley  Avcmie.  .Scraiiln 
Welsh,  Eliiabi'th  S.  (Mis.   K.lwin  .Millerl,   U,  l>.   No.  I,  OrallKeville,  I'a. 
Whitesell,  Ahram  Bruce  (Dr. I,  J(l  ( )iiliai  il  I'laie,  l''iniy   l'"oil,  I'a. 
Williams,  Tom  E..  Sfhl  .S,    l-'raiiklin  .^lne(.  Wilkes- Han  e,   I'a, 
Yeager,   Martha   E.   (Mrs,    Kinttlrlieii),   5KK    I'eaie   .Sireel,    lla/lelon,    I'a. 
Ycrkes,  Elizabeth  Helene.    M  il.iti  ville.    i'.i. 

Yost,  Ruth  E.  iMis    ll.nolil   lliakliy),  W4  Tiluhmall  .Sireel,  Alleiilown.  I'.i, 
Zearfoss.  Margaret  (\Iis    l\.iil   Iv   Kieliardsl,   Moinitain  Top.  I'a. 
Zimmerman.  Lillian,    Idl.l  .Sinil.    \     W  .   Wasli..    1).  (', 

CLASS   OF    1916 

Anthony,  Mabel  Mne  I  Mrs.  I'ursel 
Austin,  Mariorie,  J.IS  .Acailcin  V  Strt 
Baer,  Beniainin  Barre,  JdS  I.elliKll  Sir 



1 1.  W. 
,  Wilki 

Baluta,  John  Victor  (  Dr 
Burger,   Elsie  May    (  .M  r> 

\\  ashinul 
sHarre,   1 
naiina.   I'cnna. 
I,  215  .Shaiiiokin  .Sireel.  .Sliainokici,  I'a. 
Ilarrv    Kalerm.iii).   Li^lK   Sireel    Ko.iil,    lllo 
llr.i.i.lwav.   Dol.lis 

Si.,    I'leasalilville.   N.  .1. 


i-i  1  V.   N. 

ille,  I'a. 


.Ml.  \'el'non,  N. 




Beishline.  Bernice  I.,  (Mrs,  Shirley   Koliliiiisl,  IIKld   llr.i.i.lwa v.   Dol.lis   I' 

Bone,  Z.  Esther,  111    Fori  S(reel.   Korly    I'orl,   I'a, 

Boyle,  Julia  Marie,  ()  Main  .S(reel,   l-'reelaiiii.   I'a. 

Brcslin.   Margaret,    Drilloli,    I'.i. 

Bivnro,  John  F.,  i  1.1,1  Kevnolils  .Avenue,  Scranton.  I'a. 

Burns,    Kalhryn   C,    J.ll    K.    Mahanoy    Ave.,    Cirarilville,    I': 

Carter,  Louise  P.  (.Mrs.  C.  W.  I ),  -LIO  Main  Sireel.   I'eckvi 

Clark.  Hilda  (Mis.   KInier  Kaircliilill.  .1.1.1  S.   I'ronI  Sireel,   Millon.   I 

Cook,  Sara  Anna  (Mrs.    II.    Dail.l  ^■o^^^:l,  .1.1.1  S.    .\Iarke(   Sireel,  Sll.iinokill.   I'.i. 

DAiley,   Margaret  (Mrs.    Maig.irel    Meen.ilianl.  V.l  S.    Main  Si.    M.ihanoy   I'ilv,    I 

Davies.  Ellen  1  .M  1  s.   l''olsoni).    «i.W  W.  Cliesli.r  I'k,.   Ilrooni.ill.   I'a. 

Davis,  Mary  J.  (Mrs,  Walaee  MaeDaviill.  .Id  Court  St.,  I.aneasler,  N.  V 

Depcw,  Hilda  May  (Mrs.  (ireRory),  .l.lj  Knller  Avenue 

Dorsey.  Kathhin,  .'7  Looker  Sireel,  Ilillsiil|..  N.  .1. 

Dreibelbis.  Ruth  Anna,   INI  Cramalan  Avenue.  .\pl.  2F 

Dugnn,  Elizabeth  Clnir,   Nieliolsoii,   I'a. 

Elder,  Carolyn  Emma,  (i(l(l  V..  Tliiid  Street,  lU-rwiek,   I'.i, 

Frilj,  Dorothy  Margaret,  I7IK  W,   Wesl niorelanil  Si.,   I'lii 

Fuller,  Ruth  N.  (.Mrs,  W.  W.  Ciegory).  Urallierly.   I'a. 

Funk,  Cora  S.,  .K  l-'ast  Tliiid  Sirtel.   HloonislmrK.  I'eiina. 

Gahbert.    Kathryn   E.    (Mrs.   Charles   A.    Thoniasi.    Ill    S,    .Mam    Sti 

I  it>.    I'.I 
Girton.  Lois  M.  (Mrs.  .lohnslon}.  Kivcrsidc.  Pa, 
Graves,  Ruth  Frances  (.Mrs.  T.   U.   Kdwards),  D.illon.   I'a. 

Hagenbuch,  Elsie  R.  (Mrs.   Irvin  Nohinsonl.  400  V\'.   .Main  .Street,   llloonisliniK.  I'l 
Hammond,  Genevieve  (Mrs.  .1.   \'.  Cravens.  Jr.).   I54J  I'enna.  Ave.,  Seranton,    I'; 
Harman.  Irene  (.Mis,   W.  K.  Dewl,  ,W.1  K.  Cliurili  S(reel.  N.intieiike.  I'a. 
Harrison,  Emma  G.  (.Mrs.  K.   I..   .Myers).  OrallKeville.  K,   D.   No,  2.  I'a. 
Hartranft.    Clara    G.    (Mrs.    J.    (,.    Hopkins).   'M')    W.    'I'lliril    Si,.    Ilazleton.    I'a. 
Harvev.   Mary   A.   (Mrs.    W.    K.   CiinniiiKliam ).  (>7   Hillside  .\veiiiie.   Hillside,   N.  . 
Hess.  Katherine  R.,  1,W  Arch  Street.  .Nanticoke.   I'a. 

Hidlay.  Sara  M.  (Mrs.    Kdson  A.    Poller),    Hox  1,11.  (lien  (iardner.  N.  .1. 
Higgins,  Mamie  I.Mrs.  T,  Tlioinasl.  257   llloolnlield  Ave,.  Caldwell,  N.  J. 
Hill,  Cora  Gertrude,  ''IK  Waliinl   Street,  Williamsport,   I'a, 
Hinchey,  Joseph   F.,  (  eiit  1  .ili.i.    I'.i. 

Howe.  Gladys  Adelia  (.Mrs,    R.   U,    Merrill).   R,  J).   No.  2.  I'lster.   I'a. 
Hutchiscn.  Frank  S.,  IWl  Cliestnut   Street,   nlooinshni  g,   I'.i. 
Irvin,  Hannah  M.,   Main  Street.  Coniieiton,  l';i. 
Jones.  Jessie.   I(.  .Vradiinv   .Street,    I'lvmonlh,    I'a, 

Kahny.  Valetta  L.  (Mis.  II,   R.   Robinson).  402  S|iriiiK  Sireel.   I.atioi.e.  I'a. 
Kelsey,  John  E.,    1 1  llgliesville.    I*:t. 

Kingsbury,  Mariorie  E.,  1.17  .Slate  Street.  Nanlicoke.   Pa. 
Knies.  A.  Pauline  (Mrs,  Horace  Willi.iins  1.  Kasl   Fidli  Street,  lllooinshni  g.   I 

iillitiry.  \,  .1. 

Kramer.  Ha/el  I  M 1  s.   lolin  A.   I'reel.  IH.I  Delaware  Street.  W. 

Lenr,  Harry  Kresge,  2<»  .Maflfell  Sireel.  Wilkes   llarre.  I'a 

Leidlch,  Ray  D.,  .1.1  Cresson  Sireel,  Tremonl.   Pa, 

Line.  Anna  E.  (Mrs,   llowersox).  51  Carlisle  Street,  Wilkes   H.irre,  I'a. 

Madden.  Mary  Agnes  (Mrs,  Healhl.  9.1  Dana  Sireel.  l''orlv   Fort.  I'a. 

Mason.  Catherine  H.  I  ,M  1  s,    lloyd    I  l.iKelilillell ).  X''  Iron  Street.    IlloonisliUrg.    P. 

Maxey,  Florence  V.  (Mis,   M  ai  ,M  illaii  1.  51  Carfield  .Avenue,  Carliondale,  Pa. 

Mayers,  F.  Jennie  (.Mis,   W,   Iv    hlvans).  «2  .Xnipere   Parkway,   I'-asl  Orange 

McAndrews,  Harriet  (.Mrs.  C.   Murnliy),  (<m>  Nevada  Ave.,  N.  W.,  Wash,.   I 

McCormick,  M.  Annette  l,\lrs.    I.   P.   .Murray).  41!  Main  Sireel,   Forest  City, 

McDyer,  Anna   Leonline,  Co.ililale.    I'a, 

McHugh,  Helen  V.,  411  CliesHuit  Street,  Kingston,  Pa, 

Meenahan,  F'rank  J.,  c/o  Re.irlin);  Coniiiativ.  .M.-ihanov  City.   Pa. 

Miller.  Maude  I  Mis,    I.  A,  O'Coniirll ).  42  Cinderella  ,Street.  Wilkes   llarre.   I': 

Morgan.   Ann    (Mis.    I',    A,    Williams.   .!.!.!    K.    Main    Sireel.    Naiilieoke.    I'a, 

Musgrave.   Maud  Evelyn,   I(i41    .Sanderson   Avenue.   Scranton  ').    I'a. 

Neely.    Alice.     I.cliniail.     P.I. 

O'Hara.   Marearett   Loretta,   Minooka.    I'a. 

Pennington,    Phoebe,    (.Mrs.    Aiipletnanl,    ( li.iiiKevilte.    R,    D,.    I'.i, 

Potter,   Haiel    iMis     lloyl).    East    Sireel,    III iisl.nrg.    Pi, 

.  N, 
),  C 


Powell,  Jojuina  iMis,  Loieii/).  I*)2K  I'aiglewood  Avenue.  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 
Reed,  Kathryn  Marie  (Mis,  Ray  C.  Kas(.),  .Ill  I.ickson  ;\veiuii',  Uidgwav,  Pa. 
Richards,  Mabel  E.  (Mrs,  Cli.nles  Miller).  52H5  .Ail.ilils  Sireel.  Wesl  Clies'ler.  I'll. 
Rohbins.  Blanche  K.  (Mrs.  Kiiin.iii  Dainoiil.  .17.1  Main  Sireel.  W.  ConconI,  Mass, 
Roberts,  Jennie  (Mis,  .S,  Moirisl.  Cor.  Clmicli  and  Cln.iry  Sis,.  I'alwardsville,  Pn. 
Rogers,  Annette  Powell  (Mrs,  .\,  1.  l.lovd).  (ill  N,  Summer  .Ave,,  Selanton,  I'li. 
Rusk.  Anna  F.  I, Nils,  I'.  .| .  I'll /  ruk  1.  4|P)  l.llli  Place,  N.  V...  Wash  1).  C. 
Rutherlord,  Margaret,  E.,  (Mrs.   Ilerherl   Dygerl).  WS  W.  Center  ."itleet,   Aledinn. 

\    ^ 

Ryan,  Mai  y  V.  (Sister  M.  Eleanor).  155  WiMow  Sireel,  Wilkes  llarre.  Pa. 

Schlauch,   Ivan  R.,  71(i   K,   Third   Sireel,    lllooinsliurK,    Pa. 

Scboffstall,    Charles    I'oster,    ,122    Iv     Locust    Street,    itetlileheiil,    I'a. 

Schuyler.    Eva    iMis     I'. ml    I  ieU'.ild  I.    Main    Street.   Tiirliol  ville,    I'a. 

Sweppenheiser.  Anne  M.,  41.1   W.ilnut    Herwick,   I'a. 

Searfoss,    Florence,    R     D     No.    4,    Dallas,    I'a. 

Searles,    Harriet    Ethel,   .1(11   Wesl    Sireel,    Itkiomsliin u,    I'a. 

Seward,    I.ucretia    (  ,M  1  s     Lewis    Long).    R.    D,.    llroaiTw.iv.    Pa. 

Shaffer.   Helc-n   1  ,M  1  s    S    C.    Ileiire),  .I2«   East    Sireel,    Iirnoinshurg.    I'a. 

Shoemaker.    Ethil    M.    (Mrs.    ( '.    Ilerherl    llenrie),    Millville.    I'a. 

Shovlin,   Nan  Marguerite  (Mrs.    I'".ager),   Itill    lames  .Sireel.    Wilkes.  H.irie     Pa 

Sidh'r.   Mildred,   , Sisleentli   Street.    N,   W',.   Wash,,    1),   C. 

Siegel.   Mary  S.   I  ,M  1  s     lloah.'irt   Tvsiin),  .W  W.   Main  Street,   Myerslown,   Pa. 
Simons,    Olive,    Jeanette,    (Mrs.     Russell    llurrus),    4(.l)l     Harvard     Road,    Cidlege 

l',iik,    ,\M, 
Stanton,   Marg.iret   E.,  429  l'^.  Center  Sireel,  Shenandoah.   Pa. 
Sullivan.  Kathryn  M.  IMrs.  W.  (iiirdon),  75  .Searle  Sireel.  Pillslon,  I'a 
Sutlifr,   Ella   B.   (Mrs.   Henry   C.    llrittain).    Ilunlinglon    .Mills.    I'a. 
Suwalski.    Victoria   A.,   (Mrs.   T.   A.   O'Connelll,   .1917    14th   Sireel,    N.    W,     Wash,, 

II.    D     I  , 
Tappan,  Esther  H.  t  M  rs.  .1.  li.  Terry),  (1.II)  Diialie  Sireel.  (den    Kllyn  Chicago.   III. 
Taylor,   William  D.,    Mociiiailna,    I'a. 
Thomas,   I.crena   E.,    I',   O.    Ilox  49.   Mountain  To|i,    I'a, 
Thomas,  William  Addison,  Stale  Teachers  College.  Lock   llann.   I'a, 
Tomey.   (;enevieve  E.   (Mrs.    Mowlirav).    1547   W,    h'ellon   Stierl.    I'liil.i  .    I'a. 
Walper.   Ma/el   A.   iMis.    K.   A.    Mure).  li.(«  Kill  Avenue,    llellileheni,    I'a. 
Waters,    Mary    K.itherine,    C.itawisa,     I'.'l. 

Welsh.  L.iiiia  Harriet   (Mrs.   Ilrundane).  1H,U)2  Windward   Road,  Cleveland   19,  O, 
Welliver.    Rulh    M.iuuette,    Morris,    Tioga    Count  v.    Pa. 
Wiegand.   Eli/aheth,  2/9  New    Hancock   Sireel.   Wilkes   ll.irre.    I'a. 
Wilson.    Marion    Watl    iMrs,    II,    C     Hall).    1,14    W,    Windsoi    Street.    Reading     Pa 
Wosnock.  Hilda  (;.  (.Mrs.   Harry    II.   Weliver),  544  Lincoln  Street.   Ilazleton,   I'a. 
Zehner.  Nina  M.   (Mrs,   Monroe   Krev,   1.10  Market   Sireel.   Illoiiinslnirg.   I'a. 
Zimmerman,  Russel  CnrI,  40(i  K.    Fifth  Streel,   Herwick.   I'a, 

CLASS   OF    1917 

Arnold,    (■eorgia    l-'rances.   .11)    W,    ItiMiicIt    .Stuit,    Kiiigst I'.i, 

Alherton,   Florence  L.   (Mrs,    Freil   Slialleil.    I7K7    .Miirrav   Street,    Forty    Foil,    Pa. 

Avery,   Mildred    (Mrs.   Charles    Love).    N,    .Meliooiiany.    f'a, 

Barnum.    M.irgaret    E.,    (.Mrs     A.    M,    Hredlienner  I.    12   .Ash    St..    Wilkes    llarre.    I'a 

Berkley,    Kathryn    I.Mrs,    Hcniaid    l''ord).    1211    K.    Creen    Street.    Naiilieoke.    I'a 

Beebn,    l.ura    Mae,     Ni' w  liniiidlalid.     I'a, 

Beishline,    Sannitd    D.,    llnMlnigton    Mills,    I'a, 

Bell,    Harriet    M.,    '1.1    Maiv    Sliiet,    Ashley,     I'a. 

Benscoter,   Eflie  M.    (Mrs.    K.    II.    Kinhack).  752  Main  Sireel,   Peckville.    Pa. 

Berlew,    Mlldre<l,    lli    Rverson    .\\enlle.    Niu'ton.    N.    I. 

Berlew.    Nor.i    l.eona    (Mrs.    Leo    Dviiiond).    R.    I).    N\..   .1.    Dallas.    Pa. 

Bower.    Ruth    Irene    (Mrs.     Ivan    .Sclil.iiichl.    Illnoin-lini  g.     I'a 

Boyle.   Hugh   r...    117    F..   Clieslnnt    Street,    lla/lelim.    I'.i. 

Brink.  J.   Frank.    Iv    loiiiitli   Sireel.    IllooinslMirg,    I'a. 

Broadt,  Bi-rtha  E.,   1114  S.    I'oiil.ii    Street.   Ilazlel I'a. 

Brobsl.   Elva  C.   I  Mis.    R.   .\,    Raiiiaucl.    I'lesi-olt.   Ariz. 

Brown.   Marion  S.   (Mis.    lohii    ||.    |.:v.iiis).  H   Valley    Road.    Madison.   .N.    V 

Brown.    Ruth    A.    (Mis.    loliii    Woolherl),    4.117    F.liclid    HIvd..    Noungslown,    O. 

Briinst,.||,.r,    Guy    H.,    9114    Cioshv    Silver    Springs,    Mil 

Bryant,  Myrtle  E.   (Mrs.    I..    D.    Ilenshall).   I.II14  (iarilen    Lane.   Reading.   I'a. 

Button,    Stuart,    Clinton,    Id    l'ros]ieil    Street,    Siisiinehanna.    I'a. 

Caswell,    Blanclie    Mason,    402     Iv     Main    Street.     I'lyinoulll.     I'a. 

Cbapin.   Giu-neviere,    .|.'   (loodwin   .Sti(.el.    Klngslon!    I'a. 

Christian,  l.oomis  iDi   ).   II)''  Locust   .Sireel.   Ilarrishurg,   Pa. 

Conahan,   Helen  Beatrice,    Ilea  vet    Hliiok,   P.a. 

Corcoran.   Motlie   Agnes,    Plains,    I'a. 

Cox,    Margaret    .Miry    IMrs.    M.    I.    .Mc(lialli).    Lost    Creek.    I'a. 

Cromis.    Allan    L.,   d.l7    1*'..    I*"iflli    .Street,    HlooinslnirK.    I'a. 

Cromis,    Marie,   .1(1.(2  Clieslnnt    Sireel,    I'hiladelldiia.    I'a. 

Curry.   Isabelle   (Mrs.    I.    P.    Nnlan).   51    Clanger    Place.    Ilunfalo.   N.   Y. 

Decker.    Dorothy    O.,    (^Mrs.    S,    M.    Swellandl.    1215    Huena    Vista    St.,    Pidsliurgll 

1'.  r.i 

Delaney,    Eugene    Leo,    I'lyinonlli.    I'a. 

Dennis,   Hope  L.    IMrs.    I.    W,    Andeison),    Ilox    .Id.    I'alls  Clinich.  Va. 

Dunlnp,  Elsie  (Mrs.   W.  O.  Weclil.   R,   D.   No.   1,  Modntaiii  Top.  I'a. 

Dyniond,   Mabel    (.Mrs     lloMin   (  .    Hell),    R,    I)     No.  .t,   Dallas,    Pa. 

EmmitI,   Sara,    ll.invdle,    I'a. 

Fnterline.    Emily    Viettn,    (Mrs.    P.    S.    liiitlncr).    Tlroarlway,    Tiirlint ville,    I'a. 

Fans,    Hester    P.    (Mrs,    W.    T.    I'ligle),    R.    D.    No.    I,  g.    I'a. 

Fisher.   Mary    Leola    (Mrs.    Kdwiii    F.yerly).   .129    EasI    Street.    Hloonislinrg.    Pa. 

Frew,    Agnes    (Mis.    Willard    .1.    D.ivis),    .1.1    Reicker   Trail,    Indian    Lake,    Deuvile. 

N',   .1. 
Garrison,  Sarah  (Mrs.  Harry  Miller),  inno  F.linira  Sireet.  Williamsport.  I'a. 
Gensemer,  Lillian  O.  (Mrs.  Ralph  Moyer),  20  W.  Kighlli  Sireel,  Hloomslniig.   I'.i 
Gift,    J.   Claire,    .Millon.    I'a. 

Greener,   I-'lorence  May,   2l(i   Dana   Avenue,   Wilkes- Barre,    I'.i. 
Gregory.    Helen    E.    I  ,M  1  s.    VV.    C.    Lipperl).   Chinch    Street,    Dalloii.    Pa. 
Grossman,  Lena,  H\   S.    Pine  Sireet.    Ila/leton.    Pa. 

Hacker,   Bertha    M.    iMrs.    Schneiil.   41.1    Keystone   Avenue.    Peckville,    Pa. 
Heller,  Edwin,  D..111  id  Hoys,  Hoard  of  Education,  High  .School,  Orange.  N.  J. 
Hoag.  Esther,   Ncscopeck,  Pa, 

Hodgson,  Clarence  Thomas,  472  Atlantic  Avenue,  York,  Pa. 
James.  Anna  Lois,  .11  .S.  (iranl  Slreid.  Wilkes- Harre.  I'a. 
Jenkins,  Nan  Rachel,  20''  VV.  High  Sireel,   Nesi|Uehiiniiig.  I'a. 
Johnson.  Lillian  (Mrs.   Harvev   I'lanlz).   Ml.  Crilna.  Berks  Co..  Pa. 
Jones,   Freda  E.,  .172  Schuvler  Am-iiiic.    Kingston,    P.-i. 
Jones,  Louise  (Mis    W,  A,  Thoniasl.  Ilox  17(1,  Langhornc,  Pa, 
Joyce.  Walter  L.,   Hilllneade.    R.    D,.    Betliesda.    Md. 

Kahny.  Mitry  C.  (.Mis,  C,   L.  Arnolil),   Kiskiniinles  School.  Salts!. uig.  Pa. 
Keller,   William  Unger,    Dawson,    I'.i. 
Kester.   Fred.    W.ivdiv.    Pa. 

Kester,  Veda  E.  iMis    livili   Miller).  1125  (iarrison  Avenue,  Roehesirr,  .N.  V. 
Kinflig,   Bruce,    M.idison    Lodge,    Kaiis. 

Kline,   Marion  Genevieve,  27  Culherl    Road,  CrdlillKswnod,  N.  J. 
Kresge,  Clara  Alice,  ')(i2  U'aliiill   Sireet,   I'reeland,   Pjl. 
Lecher,  Gertrude  Connuelo,  14  Terrace  .Stri'el.  VVilkes   Harrc.  Pa. 
Lord,  Gertrude  M.  I  Mis    C    R,  Blanch),  514  W.  Aich  Streel,  Poltsville,  Pn. 
Luchs,  Clyde  Robert,   \H  \\      I  liird  Sired,  BlnomshurK,  Pa. 

McCarthy,  Helen  Mary   (Mrs     I.  W.  O'Toole).  f.lll  (iihhons  Sireel.  Scranton.   Pa 
McHenry,  John  Franklin,  Stillwater.   I'a. 

McHugh,   Margaret   M,,    111  W.   Seventh   Sireet,   Ilazleton,    Pa. 
Maher,  Elizabeth,   I  lopl.ol  loin,   I'a. 

Maust,  Agnes  I, Mrs,   K     DielTcnl.acher ),  R,  D,  j\o,  1,  Bkiomsliurg.  I'a. 
Maust,  Mabel  (Mrs,   DwiglK    Duck).  .142  Wesl  Streel.   Bkiomsliurg.  I'a. 


MUeham,  Mildred  Furman,  27  E.  Bennett  Street,  Kingstuii,  Pa. 

Monahan.  Rose,  28  Homesville  Street,  Ashland,  Pa. 

Moss,  Mary  Jane  (Dobson).  1004  West  Main  Street.  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Murphy,  Mary  Gertrude  (.Mrs.  F.  Arner  Prim;,  130  W.   Birch  St.,  Hazleton,   Pa. 

Nyhart,  Margaret  G.  (Mrs.   Xorman  Thomas),  40  E.   Main  Street.  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

O'Donnell,  Clara  (Mrs.  L.  F.  LeMin).  15  W.  Avon  Road.  Chester,  Pa. 

O'Rourke,  Frances  (Mrs.  Leo  Dombroskit,  49  Wyoming  Street.  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Padagomas,  Lucy,  56  E.  Main  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Pettibone,  Margaret  L.  (Mrs.  Warner  Moss),  41  Hoyt  Street.  Kingston,  Pa. 

Powell,  Anna  M.  (Mrs.  Earl  Morgan).  920  E.  Mason  Street,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Pursel,  Anna  M.,  Box  341,  Burnham.  Pa. 

Quinney,  Evelyn  Rush,  Hawley,  Pa. 

Ramage.  Russell,  Prescott.  Ariz. 

Reichard.  Mary  Alma,  E.  Hepburn  Street.  Milton.  Pa. 

Richards,  Anna  Mae  (Mrs.  A.  M.  Carter),  321  Arthur  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Richards,  Earl  E.,  Mountain  Top,  Pa. 

Richardson,  John  L.,  Jr.,  1136  Beverly  Drive,  San  Gabriel,  Calif. 

Rifkin,  Lilliain  Helen,  37  Washington  Street.  Wilkes  Barre.  Pa. 

Row,  Kathryn  iMrs.  Leo  McXamee),  Center  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Schaller,   Mary    Frances,    180   S.    Cedar   Street,    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Shaffer.  Frederick  H..  1787  Murray  Street.  Forty  Fort.  Pa. 

Sharpless,    Harriet    Ethel.    1    W.    Fifth    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Shirk.    Caroline    (Mrs.    C.    E.    Baer),    Elwood    City,    Pa. 

Shuman,    Harriet    (Mrs.    R.    S.    Burr).    1309    Wyugate    Road.    Wynnewood,    Pa. 

Silvius,    Ruth    v..    Ninth    and    Race    Streets,    Sunbury,    Pa. 

Smith,  Arline  (Mrs.   W.   E.  McQuown),  S  West  Germania  Street,  Ashley,  Pa. 

Smith.  Ruth,  235  S.   Burroues  Street.  State  College.   Pa. 

Snyder,    Alice    ( Mrs.    Dale    (Guthrie).    20    Mimequa    Avenue,    Canton,    Pa. 

Sutliff,   Nellie   G.,   275   River   Street.    Xantlcoke.    Pa. 

Suwalski,    Amelia    (Mrs.    James    Thomas),    113    Park    Street,    Xanticoke,    Pa. 

Titman,    Selena    (Mrs.    D.    L.    Kirch  t,    G:!]ette,    X.    J. 

Turner,   Freda   A.   (Mrs.   Forrest  Sliker).  71    Maple   Avenue,   Tunkhannock,   Pa. 

Vanderslice,  Sarah  (Mrs.  T.  J.  Wallace).  52  Juniper  Ave..   Mineola.   L.   L.   X.   Y. 

Varker,    Mabel    A.    (Mrs.    Tohn    H.    Stark).    168    Robert    Street,    Xanticoke,    Pa. 

Veale,  Edna   (.Mrs.   Higgens).  24  Woodleave   Rd..    Bryn   ^L-lwr,   Pa. 

Wagner.   Esther  C.   (Mrs.    Richard  J.    Rager).    Milroy,    Pa. 

Walty.   Marguerite  Marie,  44  Richard  Ave..   Dover.  X.  J. 

Warner,    Mary    Agnes    (Mrs.    David   T.    Smales),    R.    D.    No.    2.    Laceyville,    Pa. 

Watts.  Helen,  *'01  S.    Franklin  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Wiant,    Herman   E.    (Dr),    100    Windsor    Ave..    Haddontield.    X.    J. 

Wiant,   James   Stewart    (Dr.).   533    Edgar    Road.    Westfield.    X.    J. 

Wilkes,   Blanche,    Wananiie.   Pa. 

Williams.  Elizabeth  M.  (Mrs.   H.   F.  Greish),   112  Poplar  Street,   Kingston.  Pa. 

Williams,   Ruth   B.,   213    X.    Main   Street.   Taylor.    Pa. 

Williams,   Stanford,   391    W.    Tairview    St..    Somerset.    Pa. 

Youngman.   Beatrice  May    (Mrs.    Reichart).    179   S.    Wyoming    St.,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Zierdt,    Miriam   G.,   619    W.    Sixth    Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Zwiebel,    Ed.   A.,  Jr.,  6   Xorth   Second    Street.    Pottsville.    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1918 

Altmiller.  Florence  E.  (Mrs.  Cunrad  Walter).  121  S.  Woodward  St.,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Andres,   Helen  Grieves,   1402   W.    Fifth   Street.  Tacoma.  Wash. 

Andrews,  Bertha  A.  (Mrs.  Frank  Stepler,  Jr.),     233  Burwood  Ave.,  ColHngswood. 

N.  J, 
Aurand,  Edna  Carolyn,  162  S.  Washington  Street,  Wilkes  Barre,  Pa. 
Bakeless,   Katherine   (Mrs.    F.   Alex    Xason).    15814  Oak   Hill,    East   Cleveland   O. 
Bavolack,   Daniel  Jr.,  Tamaqua   Street.    McAdoo,    Pa. 
Becker,  Helen  Ruth,  302  E.  Bechtel  Avenue.  Akron  4.  Ohio 
Boyle.  Mary  R.  (Mrs.   X.   F.   Polaneczky).  7021  Algard  Street,  Phila..  Pa. 
Brace,  Leslie  E.,  676  Dorcian  Road,   Westfield,  X.  J. 
Brittain,    Norma    Evelyn,    Register,    Pa. 

Brown,    Margaret   L.    (Mrs.    T.    A.    Wilson).    1610   C    St.,    X.E..    Wash..    D.    C. 
Butler,    Ella   C.    (Mr-.    Theodore    Wallin).    1305    Prescott    Ave.,    Dunmore,   Pa. 
Carey,  Margaret  Marie,  1113   Burton  Street.   Freeland,   Pa. 
Cherrington,    Paul    L.,   314    X.    Fulton    Street,    AUentown.    Pa. 
Conety.  Esther  E.  (Mrs.  C.  C.  Bell),  i2  Timpson  Street,  Ashley.  Pa. 
Cotner,   Cora  K.    (Mrs.    Earl    Mottern).  425   X.    Monroe   St..   Arlington.   Va. 
Cryder,  Margaret  A.  (Mrs.  Edward  Reimer),  237  W.  Second  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Cunningham,  Susie  C.  (-Mrs.  R.  A.  Bacon).  Park  Avenue.  Wycombe.  Pa. 
Davenport,  Edna  (Mr-.   J.  R.  Ohl).  25  E.  11th  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Deiley,   Edna  (.Mrs.   Clvde   Blecker).  3i2  JetTerson  Street.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Devers.    Anna    E.    (Mrs.    Anna    Gilroy).    2042   37th    Street.    X.    W..    Wash..    D.    C. 
Edgar,    Dorothy    (Mr?..    W.    K.    Creasv),    Espy.    Pa. 
Edwards,    Criddie    (Mrs.    R.    lierninger).    R.    D.    Xo.    1.    Pittston.    Pa. 
Edwards.   L.   Mildred   (Mrs.    H.   S.    Daron).   22   Daron   Street.   Luzerne.    Pa. 
Edwards,   Vida   Elnora,   124    Berkshire   Court.    Hasbrouck    Heights.    X.   J. 
Engle,   Rose    i.Mrs.    Charles    S.    Popskv).   90  Charles    Street.    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 
Foy,    Elva   C.    (Mrs.    G.    T.    Phillips),    101    X.    Broad    Street,   Selinsgrove,    Pa. 
Gaffney,  Kathryn  Mary,   16   Meade   Street,    Pittston.   Pa. 

Gilbert,    Marjorie    (Mrs.    Bruce    Creveling),    E.    Fourth    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Gillespie.  Mary  Magdelen,  632  Alter  Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Good,   Zareta   Agnes   (Mrs.   Donald  C.   White).   1102  Confer  Ave.,   Johnstown,    Pa. 
Gorman.    Clara    Mary,    Main    Street.    Girardville,    Pa. 
Griffiths,    Joseph,    Comierton.    Pa. 

Gronka,   Rose   Agatha    (Mrs.    Edward    T.    R'elar).    Glen    lyon.    Pa. 
Hagenmeyer,    Martha    (Mrs.    Phillips),    1530    Holly    Drive.    Webster    Groves.    Mo. 
Harley,   Anna   Catherine,    140  S.    Hancock    Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Harmany.  Lee  A..  413  E.  Second  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Harris,   C.    Dewey,    Fifth   and    East    Streets.    Bloom'^burg.    Pa. 
Harrison.    Dorothy    (Mrs.    W.    LaBarr),    H unlock    Creek.    Pa. 
Hart,  Ralph  (Dr.).  658  Fern  Street.  Yeadon.   Pa. 
Healy,    Genevieve   C.    109    Broad    Street.    Pittston.    Pa. 
Henrie,    Margaret   M.    (Mrs.    Cralle    Henderson),   613   Second   Ave.,   Montgomery. 

W.   \'a 
Henry.  Carol   Ruth     Fourth   Street,  Tower  Citv.   Pa. 
Henrie,   William,   309   Church    Street.    Danville.    Pa. 
Hen  wood,    Grace    Mae,    201    (^urch    Street,    Dunmore.    Pa. 
Hess,   Florence   L.    (Mrs.    Price).   31    Washington    Street,    East    Orange.    X'.    J. 
Hetler.    Eleanor    (Mrs.    Elmer    Trimmer).    Madison    Street.    Hackettstown,    X.    T. 
Hill.   Flcr-nce  H.    (Mrs.    Ernest   H.    Knorr).  612    E.   Third  Street,    Berwick.    Pa." 
Hutton.    Ruth    (Mrs.    Aucker).   8302    Ellington    Drive.    Silver   Springs.    Md. 
Jones,    Muriel    E.    ( Mr>.    H.    H.    PefTer).    Tamaqua    Street.    Audenried.    Pa. 
Kabusk,  Nellie  Madalean,   Edwardsville.   Pa. 

Keen,  Carrie   Hilda   (Mrs.    Edison    Fischer).   30   Market   Street.   Glen   Lyon.    Pa. 
Kerstetter,    Mary    Irene,    650    Salem    Ave.,    Un'on.    X.    J. 
Kester,    Raymond   Roscoe,   348   Mill   Street,    Danville.    Pa. 
Knouse,     Helen     (Mr>.     Long).     Benton.     Pa. 
Kressler,   Russell.    Box    103.    Pennsville,    X.   J. 

Law,    Hannah    W.    (Mrs.    Sheldon    Groner).    5    E.    Fifth    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Lohman,    Elmer,    154    E.    X'ohk    Street.    X'anticoke.    Pa. 
Longshore,  Jennie  W.,   115  Dewart  Street.  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Lord,    Helen   Gertrude    ( .Mrs.    Artliur    Powell).    196   James    Street,    Kingston,    Pa. 
Lott.   Beatrice  Myrtle.   721    Main   Street,   Forest   City.   Pa. 
MacDonald,     Elizabeth     (Mrs.     A.     J".     King),     209     Victoria     Ave.,     Woodcrest, 

W'ihniiicton  4.   Del 
Martin,  Alice  Clare  (Mrs.  Alice  M.  Wolff).  710  E.  Mahonoy  Ave..   Mahonoy  City 
Maust,  Laura,  Hiyli  Sclmr.!.  Willianisriort.  Pa 

McFadden,  Katharine  Agnes,  137  S.  Pine  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
McManus,  Mary  (Mrs.  Gallagher),  25  E.  Fifth  Street.  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Medo,  Edith  (Mrs.  Zaris),  410  E.  Church  Street,  Xanticoke,  Pa. 

Meehan,  Mary  Agnes,  2632  Lexington  Street,  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Melan,  Genevieve  Inez  (.Mrs.  Youii),  704  Walnut  Street,  Freeland,  Pa. 

Merkal,  Leah  Rachel  (Mrs.  Charles  Rarig),  Catawissa,  R.  D..  Pa. 

Miles,  Rachel  Anne  (Mrs.  W.  M.  Porter).  91  Shaver  Ave..  Shavertown.  Pa. 

Miller,  Clyds  A.,  i>iA  Bloom  Street.  Danville,  Pa. 

Miller,  David  B..  4<x)6  Anderson  Ave.,  Albuquerque.  .\.  M. 

Moyle.  Elizabeth.  303  Shawnee  Avenue,  Plymouth.   Pa. 

Musgrave.  James  F.,  905  Delaware  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Nicholson,  Grace  (Mrs.  Elwood  M.  Allan).  358  S.  Washington  Ave..  Jermvn.  Pa. 

O'Brien,  Martha  iMrs.  Howard  Pursel).   Fernville.  R.  D.  Xo.   1.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Omdorf.  Mary  R.,  420  Market  .Street,  Sunbury.  Pa. 

Patterson.  J.  Clare,  Penn  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa.        „ 

Peckham,  Florence  (Mrs.  G.  H.  Sampson),  Clarks  Summit.  Pa. 

Pegg,  Harold  Jay,  Theodore  Roosevelt  Jr.  H.  S..  Altoona.  Pa. 

Phillips,  Marion  L.   (Mrs.   Elmer  Stiteler),  5th  &  Jefferson   Sts.,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Pollock,  Dorothy  Ruth,  426  X.   Maple  Street,  Hazleton,   Pa. 

Pollock.  Miles,  Kingston  High  School,  Kingston,  X.  Y. 

Pope,  Ruth  G..  22S  E.  Main  Street,  Xanticoke,  Pa. 

Powell.  Mary  (.\Irv  J.  S.  Wiant),  533  Edgar  Road.  We-ttield.  X.  J. 

Probert,    Elizabeth,    562    X.    Locust    Street,    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Pursel.  Beatrice  E.  (Mrs.  W.  \'annan),  E.  Mahoning  .Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Richardson,  Maine  E.,  23  W.  Centre  Street,  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 

Ruddy.  Helen  P.,  123  Cary  Avenue,  Mt.  Vernon,  X.  Y, 

Ruth.  John  J..  Riegelsvillc.  Pa. 

Ryan,  Lucille  K.,  155  Willow  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Sands,  B.  Donald,  5(»0  E.   Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Shearer,   Bruce  M.,   Willow   Hill,  Pa. 

Shuman.  Melba  (Mrs.  Frank  Blatz),  E.  Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Sites,  Carrie  Louise,  Hallstead,  Pa. 

Smith,  Margaret  R.,  525  Wahneta  Drive,  Bound  Brook,  X*.  J. 

Snyder,  Freda  B.  (Mrs.  Ralph  Hughev),  Goss  Manor.  Dallas.  Pa. 

Speary.  Florence  Ruth  (Mrs.  G.  M.  Griffith),  92  Willow  Street,  Wilkes  Barre,  Pa. 

Spencer,  Kathryn  Mortimer,  Fairview  Village,  Montgomerv  County,  Pa. 

Stroh,  Helen  (Mr..  H.  Mayhew).  R.  D.  Xo.  1,  York  Springs,  Pa. 

Sypniewski,  Helen  G.,  121  W.  Church  Street.  X'anticoke.  Pa. 

Tosh,  Beatrice  Clare,  20  Strand  Street,  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Walker.  Leanora  (Mrs.  L.  K.  Seinous),  427  Highland  Rd.,  Pottstown,  Pa. 

Welliver.  Miriam  (Mrs.  Funk),  R.  D.  Xo.  4.  Danville.  Pa. 

Wieland.  Edwina  C.  (Mrs.  E.  F.  Brouse),  R.  D.  .\o.  3.  Xorristown,  Pa. 

Wilson.  Ida  G.  (Mrs.  Roy  Snyder),  806  E.  Third  Street.  Bloom-burg.  Pa. 

Wintle.  Gretchen  Dorcas,  366  Carey  Ave.,  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Witchey,  Fred   B.  954  West   Fourth   Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Wolf,  Charles  R..  107  E.  Lincoln  Avenue.  Gettysburg,  Pa. 

Young.    Horace    Dana,   335   S.    Market    Street,    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Yost,   Edward  Holmes,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Zeliff,   Clarke   Coursen,    Biology    Dept.    Penn    State   College,    State   College,    Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1919 

Bachman,    Alma   Lois,   527   Kidder   Street.    Wilkes    Barre,    Pa. 

Baum,   Anna   H.,    133   S.   Cedar   Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Belefski,   Mary  M.,  42  Main   Street,   ("ilen   Lyon.   Pa. 

Birch,  Martha  E.   (Mrs.   Cole),  536  Market   Street,   Mifflinburg,  Pa. 

Breisch,  Laura  I.   (Mrs.   Rentschler).  Ringtown,   Pa. 

Brenner,   Marion    i  .Mrs.    Paul    Bredbenner),   5l6   Bond   Street,    Berwick,   Pa. 

Brown,   Claude   C.    Light    Street,    Pa. 

Bums,   Alice   Marie,    Second    Street,   Oneida,    Pa. 

Cleaver,   Grace  Kathryn   (Mrs.    Harry    E.   Hartman).    Elysburg.    Pa. 

Cole.    Anna    (Mrs.    Frank    Barley),   2301   Oakwood    Road,    Bellevue    Park.    Harris- 

luirt,\    Pa. 
Colt.    Marie    (Mr-.    J.    Marion    Reese).    Millville,    Pa. 
Conboy.    Anna    Mary,    1411    Cedar    Avenue,    Scranton.    Pa. 
Corrigan,   Benedicta,  336   W.    Broad   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 
Costa,  Sara   Nf.,  J3S   Main   Street,  Old    Forge.   Pa. 
Crook,   Amy   Marjorie,   513    Baker   Street,    Minersville.    Pa. 
Crouse,    Rhoda   Lenora,    1318   Orange   Street     Berwick.    Pa. 
Davies,   Wesley   Evans,    R.    D.    Xo.    1,   Tfucksville,    Pa. 
Decker,    Mabel    B.,    Mehuopany.    Pa. 

Dennis,    Edith   A..    100b    X.    Sixth    -Street.    Harrisburg,    Pa. 
Dice.  Claire  Kathryn.  372  X.  32nd  Street.  Camden.   X.  J. 

Diemer,    Mary  Jane   (Mr^.    Joseph    Myers),   429  Catherine   Street.    Bloomsburg,   Pa 
Dougherty,  Katherine  Marie,  412  X.  Washington  Street,  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Doyle.  Ruth  Fletcher   (Mrs.  J.   W.   Moore),  336  Bender  Ave.,  Roselle   Park.  X'.  J. 
Dreibelbis,    Francis   Ralph,    1013    Denman    Avenue,    Coshocton,    O. 
Dreshman,   Ruth   M..    1432   Market    Street.  Ashland,    Pa. 
Dyer,   Margaret  J.,    1414   Jackson   Street.   Scranton,   Pa. 

Egge.   Helen   M.    (.Mrs.    George   M.    Kunkel),    108   Brown   Street.   Lewisburg,    Pa. 
Emitt,    John    F.,    Danville.    R.    D.    Xo.    1.    Pa. 
Eshleman.    Fay    (Mrs.    H.    E.   Stine),    Mifflin,    Pa. 

Evans.   Beatrice  E.   (Mrs.    Perry   Woolcock).  5i   X.   Grant   Street,  Shamokin.   Pa. 
Evans,   Edwina   P.,    133   S.   Lincoln  Avenue.   Scranton,   Pa. 
Evans,    Florence   L.,   24   Regent   Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Evans,  Mildred  E.,   112  Elm  Street.  Shamokin,   Pa. 

Fagley.  Catharine   (Mrs.   Wilkinson).  214  S.  Oak   Street,   Mt.   Carmel,   Pa. 
Felker,    Arthur    M.,    Beaver   Springs,    Pa. 

Fesler,  Elizabeth  Emma,  40  S.  Anthracite  Street.  Shamokin,   Pa. 
Fetterolf,  Gladys   (Mrs.   J.   S.  Grossman).   1701   W.   Xorwegian  St..   Pottsville.   Pa. 
Fisher,  Viola  M.,  Corner  of  Main  and   \Iarket    Sts.,  Glen   Lyon,   Pa. 
Fisher.    Lilian    C,    Kintrsway    Apts.,    Wayne,    Pa. 
Gilbert,    Esther    Marion,   494    Monument    Street.    Wyoming,    Pa. 
Golden.    Harriet   K.    (Mrs.    Arthur   Dunn).   302   S.    Irving   Avenue.    Scranton,    Pa. 
Guckavan,   Marie   (Mrs.    W.  Turnbach),  423  W.   Broad  Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 
Hammond.     Lucia     Elizabeth     (Mrs.     R.     L.     Wheeler).     269     Washington     Ave.. 

rruvidcncf.   K.    I. 
Harrington,    Mary    E.    (Mrs.     Tohn    McHenrv),    Stillwater.     Pa. 
Harter,   Roland,   41r,    E.    Fifth  "Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 
Hedden,    Claire,    .\rdmore.    Pa. 

Heffers,   Helen  C.   455  S.   Main   Street.   Pittston.   Pa. 

Heiss,   K.   Margaret    (Mrs.   Chester  Vastine),  723   Walnut   .Street,   AUentown,    Pa. 
Hess.    Mary    A.,     Trevorton,    Pa. 

Hill.  M.  Helen  (Mrs.  Stanley   Davis).  335  E.  Third  Street,  Berwick.  Ua. 
Howell,  Helen  (Mrs.   Robert   B.   Penman),  84  Pine  Street,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Ikeler.    Darl    P.    (Mrs.    M.    Myers),    Benton.    Pa. 

Jeremiah.  Mollie  E.  (Mrs.  Mollie  L  Payne),  225  S.  Market  Street,  Shamokin.  Pa. 
Keating.  Claire  Elizabeth.  326  S.  43rd  Street.  West   Phila.,   Pa. 
Kehren.  Helen  Carolvn   (Mrs.   Maxey),  812  Monroe  .\venue.   Scranton.   Pa. 
Kennedy,   Veronica   (Mrs.    Muldowney).   700  Homestead   Ave..    Beechwood,   l^pper 

Dail.y,     P.t. 
Kenney.    Julia    A..    Tuscarora,    Pa. 

Kinner.  Frances  Elizabeth,  402  Main  Street,  Great  Bend.   Pa. 
Kirkhuff,    Asa    W..    .\\n  tliumberland.    Pa. 

Kishbach.   Grace  S.   iMr^.   Charles   V.    Miller).   Lintield.   Pa. 
Kline,   Mildred  E.   (.Mrs.    R.   P.   Bartholomew),  604  Whitham  Street.    Favetteville, 

Knorr,    Martha   L.    (Mrs.    P.   G.    Xiesley),    W.    Main   Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Kreid'er.   Linda   S..   308   Lehigh    Street.   Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Linville.   Falla   M.    (Mrs.   R.   L.   Shuman),   579  Shuman  Street,   Catawissa.   Pa. 
Lorah,    Mabel,   411    Delaware   Ave.,    Pittston,    Pa. 
Ludwig.    Miriam,    (  atawissa.    Pa. 


Luhman,  Harriet  H.  (Mrs.  Charles  Frack),  316  Mauch  Chunk  St.,  Nazareth,  Pa. 

Lydon,   Mary  Rose,    121   Broad   Street.    Pittston.   Pa. 

Maurer.  Edna  Florence,  519  S.  River  Street,  \S'ilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Mauser.    Pauline    (Mrs.   James    Martin),    R.    D.    Xo.   4,    Danville,    Pa. 

Maust,   Ruth    M.    I  Mr-;.    Franklin    Druinnil.    BKxjmsburg,    Pa. 

McCoy,    Grace    Bell,    4„\S    West    Fourth   .Street.    Lewistown,    Pa. 

McDotuiell,    Mary    Elizabeth,    3J5    Sloan    Avenue,    \V.    Collingswood,    X.    J. 

McDyer,  Grace   Marie,   111    Phillip   Street,   C'oaldale,   Pa. 

Moran,    Helen    Frances    (Mrs.    Walsh  i.    jl21     .Mahama    .\ve.,    S.     E..    Hillcrest, 

W.i-li..    1).    C. 
Morgan,  Arthur  C,  o24  E.  Fourth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Patterson,  H.  Ottis,    R.    D.   .\o.    1,   Easton.    Pa. 

Patterson,    Rowena    (Mrs.    John   Shutnan),   368   College   Hill,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Perkins,  Elsie  R.  i.Mrs.  \V.  D.  Powell),  WyominR  Seminary,  Kingston,  Pa. 
Pfahler,  Elsie  M.,  74  l.oekhart  Street,  Wilkes. Barre.   Pa. 

Reichart,   Esther  I.Mrs.   Llewellyn  Schaflferl,    l.'lj   E.   Broad   Street,   Hazlelon,  Pa. 
Reimard,  Catherine  A.,   F..  Stroudsburg,   Pa. 
Remensynder,  Anna  Marie  (Mrs.  Harold  More),  21.5  East  Ave.,  Saratoga  Springs, 

X.  V. 

Rentschler,    Henry   D.,   Jr.,    Ringtown,    Pa. 

Reynolds,  Margaret  T.,  258  Lee  Park  Avenue,  Wilkes- Barre,   Pa. 

Robbins,    Rhoda   Z.    (Mrs.    Edward    Shedd),   Carson    City,    Nevada 

Robinson.  Olive  Oliver,  1117  Morningside  Avenue,  Schenectady  S.  X.  V. 

Schrae<ler,  Frank  Clemens,  274  Coal  Street.  Cilen  Lyon.  Pa. 

Shuman,  Agnes  E.  (Mrs.  Monroe  Eves).  Almedia.  Pa. 

Steele,  Elizabeth  iMrs.  .\urandl.  Army  War  College,  Wash.,  D.  C. 

Steward,  Arthur  Eugene,  R.  D.  Xo.  5.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Stover,  Mildred  E.,  1020  Grandview  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Summers,  Margaret  (Mrs.  Brock).  Landis  Ave.,  Rosenhayn,  N.  J. 

Sutton,  Margaret  Marie,  R.  D.  Xo.  3,  Wyoming,  Pa. 

Troutman,  Marion  H.,  i22  W.  Sunbury  Street,  Shamokin.  Pa. 

Walboum,  Kathryn  L.  (.Mrs.  J.  F.  Labgh).  88  Elizabeth  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Walton,  Helen  Gould  (Mrs.  .Mainwaring),  15715  Wildemere.  Detroit.  Mich. 

Wayne,  Hazel  B.  iMrs.  C.rover  Shoemakerl.  120  Market  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Willeta,  Martha  lone,  42  King  Street,  Xorthumberiand,  Pa. 

Young,  Priscilla  Alfreda  (McDonaldl,  169-15,  llOth  Road.  Jamaica,  N.  Y. 

Yolmg,  Ruth,  4(4  Mill  Street.  Catawissa.   Pa.  ' 

Ziardt,  Marguerite  i\lrs.  Harry  Itter).  641  Par>ons  Street.  Easton,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1920 

Anthony,  Agnes  S.  (-Mrs.  J.  E.  Silvanyl.  S3  N.  River  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Bennett,  Mark,  Broad  Street,  East  Bangor.  Pa. 

Berger,  Karl  R.  192  S.  First  Street,  Lehighton,  Pa. 

Beyer,  Florence  (Mrs.  T,  G.  Lewis).  120  S.  Fourth  Street,  Lewisburg,  Pa. 

Boguszewski,  Adolph  R.,  10  Lewis  St..  Hanover  Green,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Boyer,  Isabel,  215  Grand  Street,  Danville.  Pa. 

Brunozzi,  Armeda  (.Mrs.  Fred  Petrini).  106  W.  Main  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Cataldo,  Felicia,  191  S.  Pine  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Cloherty,  Clare,  601   Fourth  Avenue.  Scranton.  Pa. 

Cocklin,  Alice  F.,  llo  W.  Union  Street,  Shickshinny,  Pa. 

Creasy,  Leroy,  Espy.  Pa. 

Davis,  Anna  M.  (Mrs.  Clarence  Barrow-),  Fourth  Street,  Ringtown,  Pa. 

Dent,  Myrtle  (Mrs.  Paul  Trembly).  239  E.  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Eyerly,  Emma  R.   (-Mrs.   Sergio  Betancourt),   P.  O.   Box  411,  Ancon,  Canal  Zone, 

Panama  City.  Republic  of  Panama. 
Ferree,  Margaret,  Oak  Hall  Station,  Pa. 
Fox,  R.  Valara   (Mrs.  Charles  Steinmayerl.  7117  Thomas  Blvd..  Glenside  Station, 

Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
Gamble,  Ethlyn  R.  (-Mrs.  Kast).  Sugar  Run,  Pa. 

Gearinger,  Katherine  (.Mrs.  Elias  Cohen).  232  E.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Gotshall,  Grace  E.  (.Mrs.  F.  L.  Pannebaker).  507  E.  -Main  Street,  Lock  Haven,  Pa. 
Griffith,  Eleanor,  20  X.  Seventh  Street.  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Grimes,  Joseph  E.,  116  W.  First  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Harris,  Mary  E.  (.Mrs.  John  Greek),  Camp  Hill.  Pa. 

Hartline,  H.  Keffer  (Dr.).  Providence  &  Bishops  Hollow  Roads,  Media.  Pa. 
Heller,  Anna,  L.icevville.   Pa. 

Herman,  Almire  H.  (Mrs.  Edgar  Spencer).  4550  W.  I8th  St.,  Los  Angeles  6,  Calit. 
Holleran,  Teresa  M.,  117  Luzerne  Avenue.  Pittston.  Pa. 
Hower,  Clair,  .^'22   Elkins   Park.  Elkins  Park.   Pa. 
Hower.   Margaret   V.,    R.    D.    -Xo.   7,   Danville,    Pa. 

Johnson,  Ruth  E.  'Mrs.  Myron  F.  Garney),  7109  Renna  Ave.,  Upper  Darby,  Pa. 
Keeler.    Lawrence   V.,    R.    D.    Xo.   3.   Catawissa.    Pa. 

Kehler,   Ronald    E.    (Rev).    R.    D.    Xo.    1,   Ashland.    Pa. 
Kehler,   Meriam  M.   (Mrs.   Golden   Kehler).   Main   Street,   Locust   Dale,    Pa. 
Kelly.  Jeanette  D.,  2(*7  36  Place.  X.  W..  Wash.,  D.  C. 
Kline,   Lena   A.,   2J)   E.   11th   Street.    Berwick,   Pa. 
Lage,    Francisco,    Box    2402.    9    Monric^ue    Street,    Havana,    Cuba. 
Lawson,  Kathryn,  115  W.  Washington  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 
Lewis,   Annetta  R.   (.Mrs.    Diffendaferl.  973   Sanford   Ave..   Irvington.    X.   J. 
Llewellyn,    Muretta    (.Mrs.    .Morgan).   20   Spring    Street,    Nanticoke.    Pa. 
Marchetti,  Elizabeth,   Xuremberg.   Pa. 

Martin,   Gertrude   R.,   426   .X.    Hemlock    Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Mauser,   Mary   M.    (Mrs.    Roy   Fry),  952   West    Main   Street.   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Mausteller,   Grace  (Mrs.    Elwood    Xewhart),   R.    D.   Xo.   I.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
McBride,  Mary,  4.W  Scott   Street.  Wilkes   Barre,   Pa. 
Mensinger,    Jessie,    Slieppton,     Pa. 

Morgan,  Jennette  H.,  28   Fifth  Street.   Plymouth.  Pa. 

Nolan,   Miriam  J.   cMrs.   Harold  Williams).  27   Bynow  Ave.,  White   Plains.   X.   Y. 
O'Malley,  Anna  M.  (Mrs.  Richard  Walsh).  231   Harrison  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Park,  Jane,  R.  I).  Xo.  1,  Dallas.  Pa. 
Patrick,  Dorcas,  Tower  t  itv.   Pa. 

Patrick,    Rachel    (Mrs.    W.    O.    Seitzinger.   Jr.),   Tower   City,    Pa. 
Petty,   Elizabeth,   213  W.   Second   Street.   Berw-ick,   Pa. 
Reese.   Agnes,   R.    I).    Xo.  2,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Reichart,   Harry    (Dr.).    Riant   Theater   Building,   Conshohocken,    Pa. 
Rinard.    Margaret,   201    Plymouth    Place.    Merchantville.    X.    J. 
Robert,    Helen    (Mrs.    R.    T.    Truscott).   703    >L-idison    .\venue,    Jermyn.    Pa. 
Rose,   Marjorie   (.Mrs.   S.    W.   Thomas),  3411    Rutherford   Street,    Harrishurg.   Pa. 
Santee.    Clara    N.,    Conyngham.    Pa. 
Schoch,  Mvrtle,  (Mrs.  .A.  W.  Xeubauer).  Lopez,  Pa. 
Srheafer,  Gladys  (Mrs.  Kohll.  620  Prescott  Ave..  .Scranton.  Pa. 
Shaffer,    Laura   G    (Mrs.   O.   C.    Peters).   820    E.    Second    Street,    Nescopeck,    Pa. 
Strange,    Earl,    144    Beech    Street.    Pottstown.    Pa. 

Stroh,  Jeanne   (.Mrs,    James   Walsh),  R.   D.   No.   1.  York  Springs,   Pa. 
Sweeney,   Marion   A.,   510  Chestnut    .\ve..   .Scranton.   Pa. 

Sweopenheiser.  Ella  E.  (Mrs.  Clark  Kennedy).  R.  D.  No.  5.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Taylor,    Edna    H.    (Mrs.    Benjamin    Baileys).    329    Ridge    Ave.,    Kingston,    Pa. 
Taylor,    Marion   E.    (Mrs.    Stark).    McDermott.    Maple   Street.   O. 
Titman.  Ruth  iMrs.  R.  E.  Deitrick).  140  X.  Market  Street.  Bloomsburg.  I'a. 
Traugh.  Fern  E.   I  Mrs.   B.    L.   Eshlcman),  303  Sixth  Street.  Berwick.   Pa. 
Unangst,  Edward,  Catawissa.   Pa. 

Wagner.   Evalyn   iMrs.   L.    R.   Cover),   Box  68.   Moonfield,   W.   Va. 
Wendel,    Hilda,    5.54    Peace    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

West,    Vera    F.,    (Mrs.    Bachman),    35    X.    30th    Street,    Camden,    X.    J. 
White,  Helen  S.  (Mrs.  Rexford  Xoack),  94  Taylor  Place.  Forty  Fort.  Pa. 
White,  Wilhemine  (.Mrs.  W.  V.  Moyer).  356  Center  Street,  Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1921 

Aenew,   Marian   E.    (Mrs.   Sledel).  858   Cobbs   Creek   Blvd..   Yeadon,   Pa. 
Allison,  Josephine  P.   (Mrs.   Moyer),  907   Broad  Street,   Pleasantville,   X.   J. 

Anderson,  Mildred  H.  (Mrs.  Emerson  Mower),  130  Walnut  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Aponick  Lucy   (.Mrs.  .Sharkowicz),   Main  Street,  Wanamie,   Pa. 

Baldauski,    Margaret,   60   Third    Street.    Wvoming.    Pa. 

Beddall,  Gladys  (.Mrs.  WiUiam  Saul),  815  \\f.  First  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Behr,    Oda,    L.ipLZ.    Pa. 

Billmeyer,  Bertha   (Mrs.  J.   E.  Zong)  314  Centre  St.,  Milton,  Pa. 

Blossom,   Edith   H.    (Mrs.    HofTman),   532  James   Street.    Hazleton,   Pa. 

Boetticher,  Laura  C.  (Mrs.   Best).  Conyngham,   Pa. 

Bohn,   Lydia,   A.,  227  Stephen   -Ave..   Scranton.    Pa. 

Boruch,   Olga    M.,   Sunbury    St..    Minersville.    Pa. 

Boyer,    Helen    (.Mrs.    Harry    F.    Hostetter),    Lewistown,    Pa. 

Brady,   Margaret  M.,  48   Lee    Park   Ave.,   Lee    I*ark,    Pa. 

Breisch,  Lillie  iMr~.   Ralph   Moser),   W.     Main  Street,  Ringtown,  Pa. 

Brobst,  Ruth  A.  (.Mrs.  Warne).  Wvalusing,  Pa. 

Bi  ■"  -—_--.-• 

Brower,   Mary   E.,   337    E.    Main   Street,    Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Brown.    Marian    V.,   SS2    W.    Broad    St..    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Buck,  Miller  J.,  2i.7  East   Street,   Bliwmsburg,   Pa. 
Burlingame,   Clyde   E.,   .Almedia.    Pa. 
Carl,  Aleta  M.  <  Mr-.  William  Elste),  Packard  .Street.  Sunbury.  Pa. 
Cherrington,   Laurence  R.,  416  Center  Street.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Cleaver,  Emma  V.  (Mrs.  W.  A.  Caldwell),  185  S.  Lincoln  Street,  Keene.  N.  H. 
Cole,  Martha  A.   (Mrs.    Honstrater).   107   Malone  .Avenue,   Belleville,   N.  J. 
Conner,    Jean   C,   95    .McCarragher   Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Cooke.  Jennie  C.   (Mrs.   Ellis).  643  Madison  Avenue,  Scranton,   Pa. 
Corse,   Howard   C,   Susquehanna.    Pa. 

Decker,    Helen    E.    (Mrs.    Bringlesonl.    3910    Lawnview    Ave.,    Pittsburgh,    Pa. 
Deitrict,  Margaret  J.  (Mrs.   Martin),  634  Sixth  Street,  Bethlehem,   Pa 
Dennis,  Marion  A.  (Mrs.  Polk).  304  Oiurch  Street,  Milford,  Del. 
Dobbs,    Victor   E.,   24    Eleanor   Street.    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 
Downing,   Mildred  L.   (Mrs.    Elmer   Major),    Davis   Street.  Trucksville     Pa 
Dreese,  Mary  E.  i;Mr5.  Strieker).   R.   D.   Xo  I,  McClure.  Pa. 

Edwards,    Helen    E.    (Mrs.    Xewman    Blaisdell).   311    Main   Street,    Ellsworth     Me 
Eisenhauer,    Helen   E.    (Mrs.    H.    R.    Kocher).    MilTlinville,    Pa. 
Evans,  Angcline  P.  i-Mrs.  Ellen  L.   Beavers),  1612  W.  Gibson  St.,  Scranton    Pa 
Evans,    Olwen    E.    (.Mrs.    Learn).    Tannersville.    Pa. 

EyeHy,    Agnes   Mae    (-Mrs.    Walter   George),    632    Front    Street,    Danville,    Pa 
Faean,   Julia   M.    (Mrs.   ORourke).   602   X.    Church   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 
Felker,    Charles   A.,    Beaver   Springs.    Pa. 
Fernsler,  Mary,  847  S.   Franklin  Street.   Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Fischer,   T.    Edison,  30   Market    Street.   Glen   Lvon,    Pa. 
Fischer,   Clara,    129   E.    Pine    Street,    Mahonoy    City.    Pa. 
Foley,   Marie   C,    15    Tames   Street.    Pittston.    Pa. 

Garrison,  Anna  C.  (Mrs.  Harry  W.  Scott).  570  E.  Second  Street,  Bloomsburg    Pa 
Gerhard,  Ruth  I.,  49  Norman  Place.  Tennaflv.  X.   T. 

Gillaspy.  Mary  (.Mrs.  Shaler),  68  W.  .Milton  Street.  Freeport,  L.  L,  N.  Y. 
Gilroy,  Mary  E.  (  Mrs.  Corgan).  .190  Ridge  Avenue.  Kingston,  Pa. 
Griffiths,  Grace,  109  Gaylord  Avenue.  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Harkins,  Marie  V.  (Mrs.  Lehman).  689  Hazlc  .Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa 
Henrie,  Hester  E.  (Mrs.  Wilbur  Aten).  Mifflinville.  Pa. 

Herman,  Camilla  L.  (Mrs.  Cecil  S.  Garey),  1626  Monsev  Avenue,  .Scranton  9,  Pa. 
Hines,  Margaret  E.,  247  Warren  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Jervis,  Caroline  (Mrs.  Mead).  310  Warren  Street,  .Scranton,  Pa. 
Johnson,  Elizabeth  J.,  722  W.  Lackawanna  Avenue,  Olyphant,  Pa. 
Klem,  Frank.  110  Newport  Street.  Glen  Lyon.  Pa. 
Koch,  Ruth  M.,  551  Lincoln  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Lewis,  Leona  (Mrs.  Phillips).  219  Third  Street,  Olyphant.  Pa. 
Lobez,  Alice  (.Mrs.  Westgate).  Lat-ewood,  Pa. 

Lowe,  Helene  E.  (Mrs.  Harry  D.  Schlegel),  10  Bank  Street.  Montrose,  Pa. 
Lydia  A.  Greene  (Mrs.  George  Klumpp).  420  Stafford  Avenue,  Scranton.  Pa. 
Manhart,  Margaret  S.,  213  Iron  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Manley,  T.  Alice  (Mrs.  James  Hannon),  I.JOS  .Marion  Street.  Scranton  9,  Pa. 
Martin,  Mabel  M.,  Melioopany.  Pa. 

McDonald,  Anthony,  Centralia.  421  W.  Park  Street.  Pa. 
McDonnell,  Alice  M.,  325  Sloan  Avenue,  Collingswood.  N.  J. 
McCoy  Sue  M.,  435  E.  Diamond  Avenue,  Hazleton.  Pa. 

McKinstry,  Chloe  A.   (Mrs.   Harrv  E.  Cole),  100  Leonard  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
McShea,  Mae  D.  (Mrs.  Raymond  Kester).  .i48  Mill  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 
Miller,    Pauline    S.    (Mrs.    Oxenrider),    Conyngham.    Pa. 
Morgan,  Sara  B.  (.Mrs.  SutclilTe).  2746  Larchmont.  Union.  X.  J. 
Nelson,  Lillian  (Mrs.  Carl  T.  Yerkes),  Box  2,  Honesdale,  Pa. 
O'NeUI,  Edith  B.  (Mrs.  J.  E.  Killgore),  R.  D.  No.  1.  Stroudsburg,  Pa. 
Pensyl,  Marie,  2h]   W.  Main  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Phillips,  Helen  B.  (Mrs.  J.  E.  White.  Jr.).  570  E.  Second  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Pritchard,  Bemice  E.  (Mrs.  Charles  Frantz).  665  Fern  ,Avenue.  S'eadon.  Pa. 
Pursel,  Edna  B.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Pursel,  Russel  H.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Reiter,  Edward  R..  Haddonlield.  X.  J. 

Rhodes,  Walter  M.,  288  E.  Eighth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Runciman,  Harold  J.,   Minersville.   Pa. 
Scott,  Olive,  263  Pierce  Street.  Kingston.  Pa. 

Seltzer,   Emma  C.   (Mrs.   Herbert   Ratzburg),  .194  W.   Main  Street,  Ringtown,  Pa. 
Shaffer,  H.  Lucile  (Mrs.  Willard  Kline),  Rohrsburg.  Pa. 
Shafer,  Myrlynn  T.,  1432  S.  Main  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Shanno,  Eleanora  (Mrs.  Kaiser).  R.  D.  No.  1,  Schuvlkill  Haven,  Pa. 
Sheets,  Grace  E.  (Mrs.  Getty).  Huntingdon.  Pa. 
Shuman.  Ralph  G.,  380  E.  High  Street,  Elizabe'htown,  Pa. 
Smith,  Evelyn  Z.  (Mrs.  L.  Cunningham),  2703  Detroit  Ave..  Cleveland,  O. 
Smith,    Margaretta   H.,   563    X.    Vine    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Souder,  Erma  N.,  Xescopeck,  Pa. 

Stanton,  Lydia  E.,  217  Exeter  Avenue,  W.  Pittston,  Pa. 
Swanberry,  Anna  L.,  147  Robert  Street,  Alden  Station,  Pa. 
Thomas,  Anna  (Mrs.  Edward  Unangst),  541  Shuman  Street,  Catawissa,  Pa. 
VanGorden,  Nora  (.Mrs.  Swartz),  Moscow,  Pa- 
Weiss,  Helen  P.  C.  (Mrs.  T.  M.  Lostawskv).  145  Roberts  St.,  Alden  Station,  Pa. 
Welliver,  Helen  M.  (Mrs.  O.  M.  Girton).  604  Catawissa.  Sunbury.  Pa. 
Wemert.  Kline  S.,  112  E.  Bertsch  Street,  Lansford.  Pa. 
Williams,  F.  Beatrice  (Mrs.  M.  S.  Eichen).  906  E.  Rittenhouse  St.,  Germantown, 

Phila..    Pa. 
Ziegler,  Hazel  M.,  128  Witman  .Avenue,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

CLASS  OF   1922 
Arnold,  Lillian  (Mrs.  Howard  C.  Good).  Elgin.  C)re. 

Bahr,  Genevieve  (Mrs.  Paul  Morrow).  207  E.  \'alley  Street,  Endicott.  N.  Y. 
Baker,  Gertrude  (Mrs.  Newman).  .X.  Mill  Street,  Danville.  Pa. 

Bamett,   Bessie   (Mrs.   Francis  O'Donnell),  345  X.   Main  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Boop,  Marlin  W.  L.,   Matamoras,  Pa. 
Bower,  Ru.ssell  W.,  135  W.  Second  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Brittain,  Coreene  (Mrs.  Giere).  332  Dogwood  Drive.  Union.  N.  Y. 
Burke,  Alice  M.  (Mrs.  Clarence  Moyer),  Pocono  Pines,  Pa. 
Campbell,  Sara  (Mrs.  Herman  C.  Lower),  Willow  Grove.  Pa. 
Coolbaugh,  Antoinette  B.,  Dallas.   Pa. 

Cryder,  Adelle  C.  (Mrs.  Raymond).  222  McCartrey  Street.  Easton.  Penna. 
Deitrick,  Helen  (Mrs.  Harman).  .^9  Britton  Road,  Springfield.  Pa. 
Dougherty,  Mildred,  513  Wheeler  .Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Edwards,  M.  Tydvil,  Briar  Creek.  Pa. 
Emanuel,  Hannah,  421   River  Road,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Fuller,  Jane  M.,  light  Street.  Pa. 
Gamble,  Kathryn  E.  (.Mrs-  Peter  W.  Layman),  Sugar  Run,  Pa. 


Getty,  Mary  C,  Milton.  Pa. 

Gilbert,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  \V.  Vincent),  325  Water  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Graham,  Marion  W.  729  Main  Street.  Pcckville.  Pa. 

Gray,  Mildred  E.,  (Mrs.  Bainhart),  Box  J56,  .Newark.  Del. 

Griffith,  Leah,  JSl  Orchard  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Grotz,  Dorothy  M.  (Mrs.  Fenstemaker),  222  E.  Eighth  Street,  Bloomshurg,  Pa. 

Hampton,  Alma,  212  Baldwin  Street,  New  Brunswick,  N.  J. 

Hart,  Marion  R.  (Mrs.  P.  L.  Smith),  51  N.  Third  St.,  Lewisburg,  Pa. 

Harter,  Edna  S.,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Harter,  Lillie  M.  (.Mrs.  Joseph  Cameron),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Havard,  Catherine  M..  150  Reynolds  Street.  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Hayes,  Katherine  A.  (Mrs.  Kelly),  1104  X.  Main  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Hess,  Helen  (.Mrs.  Mahlon  Strauch),  Benton.  Pa. 

Hinlile,   Thomas  L.,   570   N.   Locust   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Hoy,  Harold  L.,   Montandon,  Pa. 

Johnson,  Grace  M.,  227  E.  Bishop  Street,  Bellefonte.  Pa. 

Jones.  Isabell,  52  Regent  Street,  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Jones,    Martha    Y.    (Mrs.    Schrappell),    Hamburg.    Pa. 

Jury,  LucUle  (Mrs.  Earl  Wise),  509  East  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Kimble,  Hazel  H.  (Mrs.  Carlos  Leahl).  1001  Florida  Avenue.  Scranton,  Pa. 

King    J    Marie  (.Mrs.  Oren  L.   Harris),   12  Farrar  Street.  Sevanton,  Vt. 

Knoll    Theresa  H.  (Mrs.  Scheamski),  12  S.  Walnut  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Lawrence,   Martha   E.    (Mrs.    E.    T.   Hoopes).    E.    King   Street.   Malvern,    Pa. 

Lawrence,   Mary   L.   (Mrs.    Partzell),    Mt.    Pleasant   Road.   Milford.    N.   J. 

Lewis,  Olwen  M.,  .U7   Putman  Street,   Scranton,   Pa. 

Lesser,    Margaret,    Freeland.    Pa.  ,     „, 

Luxton,    Mattie   L.    (Mrs.    Patrick   J.    Lynch),   206   Main    Street,    Laurel.    .\ld. 

McDermott.    Lucy   G.,    229   Moosic    Street.    Jessup,    Pa. 

McGrath.    Cresentia,   506   Main    Street,    Forest    City,    Pa. 

Mclntyre,  Ruth   (Mrs.  John  I.enhart),  808  Berwick  Road,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

McKeon.  Anna  C.  20.1  First  Street.  Blakely.  Pa. 

McKinstry,  Cleora,   121   W.   Main  Street.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

McLean,   Pauline  M.   (.Mrs.   Walter  Gibson),   1028  Vine  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Miller,  Gertrude  S.,  70S  Poplar  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Mocn,  Beryl  J.  I.Mrs.  Levi  Dice).  842  Lake  Drive.  Miami  Springs,  Fla. 

Morgan.    Eva    M.,    2U9    N.    Main    Avenue.    Scranton.    Pa.  ^.         „ 

Murray,  Margaret  C.  (Mrs.  Harry  Luke).  534  E.  Pme  Street,  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 

Naylor,    Anna    G.    (Mrs.    G.    W.    Kuschel).    317    Wheeler    Ave..    Scranton,    Pa. 

O'Brien,    Annette    (Mrs.    Miner),    Endicott,    X.    V. 

Payne,  Catherine  E.,  1012  E.  Commerce  Street.  Shamokin.  Pa. 

P/ahler,  Lois  (Mrs.   Horace  R.  Jones).  485  Cleveland  Street,   Elyna,  O. 

Philbin     Cecilia    M.,    310    Laurel    Street,    .\rchbald.    Penna. 

Ramage.   Gladys   E..   181    Rock   Street.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Randall,    Bertha   M.,   R.    D.    Xo.    1.   Trucksville,    Pa. 

Rees,  Mabel  A.,  747   Pleasant  .-\venue,  Peckville,   Pa. 

Rhawn,   George,   Jr..    Lilly,    Pa.  ,,,  .  „ 

Rhoades,  Henrietta  (Mrs.  Ramage).  93  E.  Seventh  Street,  Wyoming,  Pa. 

Ruggles,   Evadne  M.,   R.   D.   Xo.   1.   Hunlock  Creek.   Pa. 

Sammon,  Margaret,  39  I'arnell  Street.  Pittston.  Pa. 

Savidge,  Mary  C,   Northumberland,   Pa. 

Saxe,   Esther  J.,    K.    D,.   Wyoming,    Pa. 

Schultz,  Geraldine   H.,    R.    D..   Millville.    Pa.  ,.  „,  , 

Schultze,   Harriet  E.   (.Mrs.  A.  J.   Sweppenheiser),   R.   D.   No.  j,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Shaffer,  Emma,  Gravity,  Pa.  „  ,      t. 

Sharretts,   Clarissa   (Mrs.   M.    A.   Welliver).   1909  W.    Front   Street.   Berwick.    Pa. 

Shepela,   Frank  B.,  120  Prospect     Hill.  .Mden  Station.   Pa. 

Sherman,  Carlton  G.,  Church   Street,   Wilkes- Barre,    Pa. 

Sickler,  Mary,   R.  1>.    Xo.  3,   Dallas.   Pa. 

Smith,  Hervey   B.,  725  Market   Street,    Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Snyder.   Lucille  M.,    119   W.    Walnut    Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Sober,   Ruth   (Mrs.   W.    E.   Fairbanks).  417  Paxton  Avenue,  Glenside,   Pa. 

Stewart,   Robert   F.,   Weatherlv.   Pa. 

Sugarman,  Florence  H.  (.Mrs.  Settler).  803  -Ash  Street,  Scranton.  Pa. 

Sutton,    Edgar    B.,    R.    D.    Xo.    3.    Wyom  ng.    Pa. 

Swigart,  Anna  F.   (Mrs.   Gass),   Bloom  Road.  Danville,   Pa. 

Svpniewski.  Valeria  A.,  121   W.  Church  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Mabel  R.,  510  Main   Street,  Old    Forge.   Pa. 

Thomas,   Norton,   R.   D.,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Th'jrnton.   Zellma  S.    (Mrs.    Herbert   LuKgl,   700   Main   Street.   Duryea,   Pa. 

Tosh.  G.  Arline   i  Mrs.    Peter   Bohn).   1443   S.   Man   Street,   Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Wagner,   Ruth   L,    571    James   Street.    West    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Walker,    Marjorie    (Mrs.    I.    T.    Johnston),    Station    Ave..    Coopersburg.    Pa. 

Welliver,  Esther  (Mrs.  G.  Beckenbaugh),  730  Runnymeade  Ave..  Drexel  Hill.  Pa. 

Wheeler,   Stella   J.    (Mrs.    CIvde    Kern).    78    Wash'ngton    Stret,    Harrison,    N.    J. 

Williamson,   Lcuise   F.   (Mrs.  James   R.   Middaugh),  3110  Derry   Street,   Harris- 

l.lH-R.    I'a. 
Wintermute.   Mabel    (Mrs.   W.   H.   Drake).   North   Mehoopany.   Pa. 
Wood,    Beatrice,    Benton,    Pa. 
Yost,  Edward  L.,  Ringtown,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1923 

Aberant,  Josephine   (Mrs.   Morgan)   Tunkhannock.   R.    D..    Pa. 

Adams,   S.   Frances   (Mrs.   Cecil   Toor).   Sandy    Ridge,    R.    D.,    Doylestown,   Pa. 

Agnew,  Norma  L.  (Mrs.  Stauffer).  26  Merwood  Drive.  Upper  Darby,  Pa. 

Albee,  Alice  (Mrs.  George  Lutz),  25  Green  Street.  Ashley,  Pa. 

.Albertson  Hilda  (Mrs.  Heller).  926  W.  Second  Street.  Charleston,  III. 

Arms,    Mildred.    Morrisville.    Pa. 

Arms,   Myra  S..   .Morrisville,    Pa. 

Arnold,    Hazel    E.   (Mrs.    L.    M.    Cure).   Mayf^eld.    Pa. 

Arthur,   Helen  E.   (Mrs.   Rexford   GuUey),  Thompson,   Pa. 

Ayres,    Charlotte    R.,    Mountain    Top,    Pa. 

Bachman,  Grace,  120  E.  Fourth  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Bardo,  Zela  N.   (Mrs.   Donald  Black),  R.   D.  No.   2.   Millville.   Pa. 

Barton,  Dorothy,   (Mrs.  Lawrence  Cherrington),  416  Center  St.,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Barton,  Ruth   (Mrs.   Budingerl,  228  Oliver  Street.  Jersey   Shore.    Pa. 

Bates,   Gertrude,    Star   Route   5,   R.    D.,    Honesdale.    Pa. 

Batey.    Robina    K.,   29    Teanette    Street,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Beck,   Grace   S..    1014    E.    Chestnut    Street,    Sunbury.    Pa. 

Becker,    Hilda    D.,    227    Church    Street,    Taylor.    Pa. 

Benfield,  M.  Elizabeth,  .530  Center  Street,  Bethlehem.  Pa. 

Beniield,    May    (Mrs.    ^Vatts),    1430    Wood    Street,    Bethlehem.    Pi. 

Bennage,  Ada  F.  (Mrs.   Russell).   117  Mildred   Lane.   Greenridge,   Pa. 

Bennett,  Lester,  302  River  .Street.   Plainsville.  Pa. 

Bingaman,  Fara  U.  (Mrs.  O.  H.   Byerly).  Dalmatia.  Pa. 

Bittner,   Margaret  A.   (Mrs.   Parke),  430  W.    118th  Street,   New   York   City 

Blaine,  Edna  G.  (Mrs.   Harold  Major),   129  S.    Madison  Ave.,   LaGrange.   III. 

Brace,   Katherine  R.   (Mrs.    S.    Laubacker),   Maple  Avenue,    R.    D.    No.   2,   Bristi.l 

Brannan,  Kathryn,   Blanchard   Street,  Plains.   Pa. 

Breisch,   Florence   (Mrs.   LaRue   Drake),    Light   Street.    Pa. 

Ely,    Bertha    (Mrs.    Ralph    Breisch),    R.    D.    Mainville,    Pa. 

Brezee,  Hilda,  .Wl.l  X.  Main  Street,   Pittston,  Pa. 

Bronson,  Annie  M.  (Mrs.  Leslie  Seely).  .Sugarloaf.  Pa. 

Brust,    Katherine   L.,   99    S.    Church    Street,    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Brutzman,  Gladys  (Mrs.  Frank  Snell).  1614  Roselyn  Avenue,  .Scranton,  Pa. 

Burger,  Ruth  E.  (Mrs.  Hoffmaster).  2368  Orlando  Place,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa. 

Burke,  John  J.,  1101  W.  Coal  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Butler,  Margaret  A.  (Mrs.  Minner),  529  Chester  Pike.  Prospect  Park,  Pa. 

Cabo,  Marie  T.  (Mrs.  J.  C.  Lesntak),  1315  Prospect  Ave..  Scranton.  Pa. 

Caffrey,  Agnes  C,  678  Main  Street,  Sugar  Notch.  Pa. 

Campbell,  Helen  (Mrs.  Ted  Renand),  425  Redmond  Ave.,  Elberson,  N.  J. 

Campbell,  Sister  M.  Dionysia,  121  Church  Street,  PIvmouth,  Penna. 

Campbell,  M.  Kathryn,  R.  D.  Xo.  6.  Danville,  Pa. 

Carmody,  Ruth,  5II(.  Bedford  Street,  Clarks  Summit,  Pa. 

Chaykosky,  Hilda  (.Mrs.  Joseph  HIadick).  R.  D.  Jermyn.  Pa. 

Cloherty,  Hilda  M.,  601  Fourth  Avenue.  Scranton,  Pa. 

Cole,  Frances,  .19  Kidder  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Penna. 

Colley,  Mary  J.  (Mrs.  Eddie  Howard),  Millersville,  Pa. 

Compers,  Verna  (Mrs.  Stephen  Ondush),  786  Market  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Cordick,  Ruth  (.Mrs.  Arthur  Evans),  116  Gates  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Craig,  Emily  E.,  R.  D.  Xo.  3.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Crawford,  Olive  (Mrs,  Monroe  CJirton).  1929  Sheridan  Street,  Williamsport,  Pa. 

Davies,  Louise  A.  (Mrs.  Charles  Colwelll,  Dallas,  Pa. 

Day,  Mariam  E.,  .104  Church  Street,  Taylor,  Pa. 

Derk,  Malcolm,  Waverlv   Road,  Wyncote,  Pa. 

Derr,  Lillian  B.  iMi-..   Kliiiel.  R.  O.  .No.  1,  Orangeville.  Pa. 

Dever,  Sister  M.  Huberta,  121  Church  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Diehl,  Alva  (.Mrs.  Alva  .Mack),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Milton.  Pa. 

Dillon,  Sister  M.  Alice,  787  E.  Northampton  Stieet.  Willcs- Barre.  Pa. 

Dodson,  Lois,  122  Dana  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Dowd,  Sister  M.  John,  Convent  of  Mercy.  Bath.  Pa. 

Dreshman,  Elva  (.Mrs.  Loper),  Third  Street,  Ashland,  Pa. 

Edwards,  Mildred  (Mrs.  Howell).  3.146  Ransom  Street,  Muskegon.  Mich. 

Edwards,  Raymond  H.  (Rev.).  27  Linden  Avenue.  Ossining,  X.  V. 

Edwards,  Winifred,  ()4  I'nion  Avenue,  Apt.  209.  Irvington.  .\.  J. 

Eidam,  Margaret   (Mrs.   Ralph  Taylor).  424  W.  Oak   Street.   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Eike,  Helen  K.  (.Mrs.  R.  A.  West).  17  Birch  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Eisenhauer,  Elwood,  .Harrisville,   Pa. 

Evancho,  Michael  (Dr.).  806  Wellington  Apts.,  E.  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Evans.  Elizabeth  P.  (Mrs.  West).  192  Brown  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Evans.  Rachel  (.Mrs.  Kline),  R.  D.  No.  2,  Orangeville,  Pa. 

Felker,  Fred,   Beaver  Springs,  Pa. 

Fetter,  Charlotte  (Mrs.  Coulston),  144  Bridge  Street,  City,  Pa. 

Flick,  Mary  M.  (.Mrs.  A.  Edward  Newhard),  313  E.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Foster,  Albert  K.,  State  College.  Pa.  ,,,,,,,    ^.    >. 

Foulk    Madeline  (Mrs.  Benton),  1240  W.  Broadway.  Hewlett,  Long  Island,  N.  \. 

Fritz,  Emeline  (Mrs.  1.  H.  Clemson),  3916  West  69th  Street.  Mission,  Kans. 

Furm'an.  Cecelia  J.,  38'/  E.  Xoble  Street,  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Furman,    Frances   M.    (Mrs.    Ernest   C.    Harrell).    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Gaines,   Ruth   A.,   .!(ll    Livingston    Street,    Brooklyn    17,    X.    }■    ,     ^         ,.     ^ 

Gamble    Marjorie  (.Mrs.    1.  Paul  Walker),  229  Palisade  Road.  Linden,  N.   J, 

Garinger,   Henrietta    (Mrs.   L.    Keller),   R.    D.    Xo.   4.   Dallas.   Pa. 

Geary.  Ruth  I.  I  M  i  ~.  Ralph  Beagle),  R.  D.  Xo.  5.  Danville,  Pa. 

George     Bertha   M.   (Mrs.   J.   G.    lones).   709   Walnut    Street,    Freeland,    Pa. 

George     Marion    (.Mrs.    W.    E.    Evans),   520   Minooka    .-\ve.,    Mousic,    Pa. 

Gilboy,   Louise  G.   (Mrs.    1.   R.    Walsh),   50    Elm   Street,    Framingham,   Mass. 

Golden,    Frances,    214    Keystone    Street.    Hawley.    Pa 

Griffith,   Kathryn   R.    (Mrs.    F.    H.    Nicholls),   29   S.    Welles   Street,   Kingston,    Pa. 

Hackenberg.   Ernestine  (Mrs.   Daughlerl.  737  Queen  Street.   Xorthumberland,   Pa. 

Hadsall,  Marian   (Mrs.   C.    Parrish),    R.   D..   Wyoming,   Pa. 

Hall,  A.  Geraldine  I.Mrs.  L.  Krauser).  245  South  44th  Street.  Phda.,  Pa. 

Hallock.    Alice    (.Mrs.    Rov    .-Austin).   422    Morgan    Ave..    Palmyra,    N.    J. 

Hampton.    Edith    E.,    119   S.    Nice    Street.    Frackville,    Pa. 

Hanks,   Margaret  M.,  735   Hazle  Street,   .\shley.    Pa. 

Harder,    Kathryn    F.    (Mrs.    Klarr).    1464    Lewis    Drive,    Lakewood,    O. 

Harman,   Helen    (.Mis.   Maurice   Bowes),   305   E.   16th   Street,   Berwick,  Pa. 

Hart.   Arline   L.   (Mrs.   C.   N.   Brown).  607   Walnut   St..   Lansdale,   Pa. 

Haupt.   Elmer  J.,  117   Dean  Street,   West  Chester,   Pa. 

Healey,    Irene,    i2»    N.    Main    Street,    Plains,    Pa. 

Hess,    Marcella   C.    (.Mrs.    .Ash').    Benton.    Pa. 

Hess,   Mildred   M.   (Mrs.   Harrington).   Benton,    Pa. 

Hill     Edith  M.   (Mrs.    Dawson)   419  Lincoln   Street,   Sayre,   Pa. 

Hottenstein,  Carol  (.Mrs,  A.  James),  467  Walnut  Street.  Luzerne,  Pa. 

Howard,   Martha   (.Mrs.    .Mozart  I.  8000  Livingstone  Road.   Wash.,   D.   L. 

Howell,   Mary    (Mrs.    Robert   R.    Dean),  21    X.   Second  Street,   St.   Clair,   Pa. 

Hower,  Helen  E.  (Mrs.  Robert  McXaught),  127  Weslyem  Ave.,  Apponaug,  R.  I. 

Hovt,    Emmetl    M.,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Hughes.  Margaret,  257  S.  Grant  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

James,  Olwen,  87   N.   Welles   Street,   Kingston,   Pa. 

Jarrett,   Ann,  316   W.   Grove   Street,   Taylor.    Pa. 

Jayne,    Eunice    (Mrs.    Darwin    Sick).    Colley.    Pa. 

Jeremiah,  E.  Thelma  (Mrs.  Robert  Geise).   147  Race  Street.   Sunbury,  Pa. 

Jones,    Adelia    C.    iMrs.    F.    Pendleton),    Warren    Center.    Pa. 

Jones,   Helen   Gardner    (Mrs.   W.   A.    Reese).    1159  Cornell   Street,   Scranton,   Pa. 

Jones.   Herbert,  707   X.    Rebecca   .\venue.    Scranton.    Pa. 

Jones,  Margaret  E.,  20  N.  Atherton  Avenue,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Kane,  Sister  M.  Aiiselra,   KjI   S.   Washington  Street.   Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Kane,  Sister  M.  Eileen,  Convent  of  Mercy,   Honesdale,   Pa.  .     ,        „ 

Karalus,  Helen  K.   (Mrs.   Hosier).  313   E.    Market   Street.   Xanticoke,   Pa. 

Kasnitz,   Fannie  P.,   5260  Center  Avenue,   Pittsburgh.    Pa. 

Keeler,    Frances,    74    Third    Avenue,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Keen,   Ruth,   43    E.    Main   Street,   Glen    Lyon.   Pa. 

Keiper,    Violet    A.    (Mrs.    A.     PufT),    Noxen,    Pa. 

Keller,    Helen    M.,    2.59    Wyoming    Avenue,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Kelley.   Anna  G.   (Mrs.   Kirbv),  270  Chapel   Street,   Luzerne.   Pa. 

Kessler,  K.  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  R.  Kashner),  461   East  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Killian,  Mary  R„  1172  Main  Street,   Pittston.  Pa.  „,  .  „ 

Kistler,  Josephine  (Mrs.   E.  Vandershce),  360  \\  .   Fifth   Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Klees,  Clair,   Hiegins,  Pa.  ,  .  .,,     ™  .,    ,  ,   ,  • 

Kline,   Helen    (Mrs.    K.    G.   Reber).   6164   Haverford   Ave..    W.    Philadelphia.    Pa. 

KPne,  Mary  M.  (Mrs.  Renzy  D.  Johnson).  Millville.  R.  D..  Pa. 

Klinger,    Harold,    Hatboro,    Pa. 

Knorr,    J.    Ramona,    Principal    of    School.    Division,    Mich. 

Kocher.  Lola  i.Mr~    Vernon  Seward).  118  East  Ninth  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Kostenbauder,  Matilda.  (Mrs.  Lynn  M.  Tiley),  R.  D.  Xo.  1,  Lewisburg,  Pa. 

Kostenbauder,    Miles    M.,    309    Center    Street.    IVrilton,    Pa. 

Kraof,    Ruth,    I'.ilinerton.    Pa,    •' 

Kroiikowski,  Walter,  200  E.  Main  Street.  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Laffin.   Margaret,    111    Hartford   Street,   Ashley,   Pa. 

Lawson.    Andrew    B.,   523    Hawthorne   Avenue,   Williamsport,    Pa. 

Learn,    Marv    E.,   .112    Wood    Street.    Burlington.    N.    Y. 

Lerda,   Stephen.    Hampstead.   Md. 

Levan,  Sarah   (Mrs.   D.   W.  Leighew).   R.   D.   No.  4.  Catawissa,   Pa. 

Litwhiler,    Archie,    Ringtown.    Pa. 

Lowe.  Sister  M.  Ime'da,  Central  Islep.  L.   I..  N.    V. 

Lukasytis,    Isabelle    (Mrs.   Chiinle=ki),  921    W.    Diamond   Street,   Hazleton.    Pa. 

Luring,   Esther  E.   (Mrs.    E.    L,   Stokes).   1727   W.   Walnut   Street,   Shamokin.    Pa. 

Lynch,   Marie  E.,  71,4  Xorthamnton   Street,   Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Major,    Elma,    .Mkntowii    Public   Schools,    Allentown,    Pa. 

Markley,    Ira    C.    Milfnrd.    Pa. 

Martin,   Sister  M.   Regina,   Mercy  Hospital,   Wilkes  Barre,   Pa. 

McCarthy,    Si^tc-r    M.    Gonzales,    Convent    of    Mercy.    Baysidc.    L.    I..    X.    \. 

McGrath,    Marie,    427    Railroad    Avenue,    Scranton.    Pa. 

McNelis,   Sister  M.   Carmel,    161    S.    Washington   Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

McNertney,  Ruth  iMrs,   Smith),  Harleigh.  Pa. 

McNinch,    Marv   Charlotte    (Mrs.    K.    E.    Davis).    B-rwick.    Pa. 

Mainwaring,  Margaret   (.Mrs.   G.  .Schwartz),  619  N.  Church  Street.  Hazleton,   Pa. 

Melick,   Minnie  M.   (Mrs.    Ellis  Turner).   R.   D.   No.  4.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Mensch,   Mary   D.    (Mrs.    (Tlevenger).    145   Sprout   Spring   Ave.,    Mt.    Holly.    N.    J. 

Merrell,   W.   Cletus,    Hughesville,    Pa. 


Miller.   Anna  W.   (Mrs.  Anna   Freyermuth),   48  Center   Square,    Easton.    Pa. 

Miller,    Emery,    341    College    Hill,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Monroe,    Madaline,    47-60    39tll    Place,    Sunnysidc.    N.    Y. 

Moran,    Martha    J.    (Mrs.    Buck).    Muncv    Valley,    Pa. 

Morgan,   Harold  C,  2J9  \V.   Main   Street.   Plymouth,   Pa. 

Morris,  Ruth  (Mrs.   Kivler).  116  Chestnut  .Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Morton,  Genevieve  (Mrs.  G.  M.  Schoppert),  123  South  Street,  Warrior  Run,  Pa. 

Moser,    Hannah,    1918    Roseanna    .-Vve..    Scranton.    Pa. 

Murphy,  Sister  M.  Delourdes,  787  E.  Northampton  Street,  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Naegeli,  Nellie  A.,  Taylor,  Pa. 

Naylis,  Kathryn  (Mrs.  Pelak).  57  Church  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa- 

Noack,  Madeline  (E.  R.  Heath),  56}3  X.  20th  Street.  Phila.  44.  Pa. 

O'Brien,  Mary  W.,  Miners  Mills.  Pa. 

O'Donnell,  Nellie  K.,  1.S9  Main  Street,  Eckley,  Pa. 

Oplinger,   Elsie  M.  (Mrs.   F.   Shangnessy).  63  W.   Harrison  Street.  Wyoming,  Pa. 

Ozelka,  Anna  (Mrs.  M.  H.  Kohlerl,  26  Howd  Avenue,  Clifton,  N.  J. 

Painter,  Eliakim  (Mrs.  Male).  X'andling.  Pa. 

Palmer,  Effie,   Ir.  High  School,  Irvington,  N.  J. 

Parker,  Vera  B.  (Mrs.  Delbert  R.  Shultz),  233  E.  13th  St.,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Penman,    Cora,    565    N.    Laurel    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Perry,  Elizabeth,  910  Marcy  Ave.,  Duryea,  Pa. 

Phillips,  Freda,  19  Main  Street.  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Phillips,  Ruth  S.  (Mrs.  Wright  Jones),  728  Archbald  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Pliscott,  Rose,  63"  Front  St.,  Warrior  Run.  Pa. 

Powell,  Jennie,  73  Hudson  Street,  Plains.  Pa. 

Price,  Anna  M.  (Mrs.  Charles  E.  Snyder).  251  Garfielil  Ave.,  Milton,  Pa. 

Pursel,  Anna  W.  (Mrs.  Harvey  Broome),  3730  X-  Broadway,  Knoxville,  Tenn. 

Parsley,  Louis,  1030  Washington  Ave.,  Lewisburg,  Pa. 

Reider,    Henrietta    (.Mrs.    William   Casimir   Souleret,  Jr.),   Apt.   203,   2520  Elm    St., 

N,   \V..   Wash..  D.  C. 
Remaly,  Lulu  W.  (Mrs.  Harry  J.  Hartley),  539  Hall  St.,  Aliquippa,  Pa. 
Rhys,  Gladys,  455  Beaumont  Street.  Peely,  Pa. 
Richard,  Leroy  A.,  109  N.  Second  St.,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Richards,  Helen  M.  (Mrs.  Wright),  803  Wyoming  Ave.,  Moosic,  Pa. 
Richie,  Helen  (Mrs.  Russell  Padgett),  R.  D.  Xo.  1,  Mullica  Hill,  N.  J. 
Riel,  Ethel  B.  (Mrs.  Meetching).  Radbwin,  X.  J. 

Riordan,  Sr.  Rose  Mary,  Convent  of  Mercy.  Great  Xeck,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.     ' 
Robbins,  Pearl  P.  (Mrs.  Alfred  Barton).  R.  D.,  Shickshinny,  Pa. 
Robbins,  Ruth  E.  (Mrs.  Harold  Creasy).  Briar  Creek.  Pa. 

Robinson,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Alfred  Roland).  116  S.  13th  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Rogers,  Adeline  (Mrs.  Manley  Robbins).  Danville,  Pa. 
Rohde,  Henrv.  Indiana  High  School,  Indiana.  Pa. 
Rowlands,  Dilys  P.,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Trucksville.  Pa. 
Ruddy,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Simonson),  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Rueppel,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Hahn).  1731  Walnut  Street.  Harrisburg.  Pa. 
Rutherford,  LucUle  B.  (Mrs.  A.  G.  Dazley),  114  E.  Front  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 
Schlegel,  Harry  D.,  101  Bank  Street,  Montrose,  Pa. 

Schwartz,  George  P.,  Jr.,  611  W.  7th  St.,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Seely,  Grace  (Mrs.  Fred  Smethers),  742  Floral  Ave.,  Elizabeth,  X.  J. 
Sheats,  Joy  E..  R.  D..  Milton,  Pa. 

Shipman,  Mary  Alice  (Mrs.  Raymond  Edwards),  27  Linden  Street,  Ossining,  X.  V. 
Smith,  Christine  F.,  105  S,  Third  Street,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Smith,    Esther   M.,    Veterans   Administration    Building,    X.    Main    Street,    Wilkes- 
Barre,  Pa. 
Smith,  Helen  B.  (Mrs.  C.  M.  McDougall),  Third  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Sodon,  Elizabeth  (.Mrs.  W.  W.  Saxtonl,  810  Center  Street,  Mauch  Chunk,  Pa. 
Splain,  Gertrude,  107  S.  Xinth  Street,  Olean,  X.  Y. 
Stinson,  Teresa,  545  Orchard  Street,  Peelv,  Pa. 

Sutliff,  Helen  E.  (Mrs.  Brown),  100  X.  Second  Street,  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Swartz,  Wendel  A.,  318  Zara  Street.  Mt.  Oliver  P.  O.,  Pittsburgh  10,  Pa. 
Sweeny,  Mary,  622  S.  55th  Street.  Phila.,  Pa. 

Sweetman,   Mabel   (Mrs.   G.  Schutter),  845   Laurel  Street,   Hazleton,   Pa. 

Talbot,  Margaret  K.,  17  E.  Butler  Street.  Shickshinny,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Elizabeth  J.  (Mrs.  Chilson),  400  Drexel  Ct.  Apt.,  Drexel  Hill,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Grace  M.  (Mrs.  Skerritt),  3i5  Claremont  Ave.,  .Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y. 

Thomas,  Ruth  C.  (Mrs.  Tames  Jacobs),  507  W.  Morton  Street,  Xashvillc,  Tenn. 

Thompson,  Evelyn  C.  (Mrs.  Arthur  Reid),  326  X.  25th  Street,  Camp  Hill,  Pa. 

Titman,  Dorothy  S.,  S.  Lansing.  X.  Y. 

Trebilcox,  Myra  (Mrs.  David  Llovd).  67  Downey  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Troy,  Hazel  K.  (Mrs.  George  F.  Burns).  Mifflinville.  Pa. 

Tuffy,    Celia    R.,    618    Mulberry    Street,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Vance,  Cordelia  K.  (Mrs.  Tames  Beal),  2232  Cranford  Rd..  Durham,  X.  C. 

VanDemplas,  Violet  (Mrs.  P.  J.  Healy),  1212  X.  Main  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Watkins,  Marion  (.Mrs.  Theodore  H.  Evans),  38  E.  Trenton  Ave.,  Morrisville,  Pa. 

Weaver,  A.  Faye  (Mrs.  Ralph  Phillips).  Dalmatia.  Pa. 

Weikel,  Lucy  M.  I  Mrs.  Coughlinl.  273  X.  Market  Road,  Durellen,  N.  J. 

Weisenfluh,  Clinton,  326  Main  Street,  Old  Forge,  Pa. 

Welliver,  Jennings,  1019  Front  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Welliver,  Maude  (Mrs.  Karre).  564  Ward  Road,  Xorth  Tonawanda,  X.  Y. 

Wesley,  Josephine  (Mrs.  T.  W.  Cope),  2449  S.  Fourth  Street.  Allentown,  Pa. 

Wesley,  Rhoda  C.  (.Mrs.  Burlingame),  401  Pine  Street.   Berwick,  Pa. 

Whitby,  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Davis),  166  Arch  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Williams,  Grace  I.,  Ill  High  Street.  Hackettstown.  X.  J. 

Williams,  Leona  B.  (Mrs.  H.  Moore),  R.  D.  .Xo.  1.  Simsbury,  Conn. 

Williams,  Marion  E.,  Shickshinnv.  Pa. 

Wolf,  Helen  (Mr».  Creveling  Strauser).  120  E.  Main  Street,  Bloomlinrg,  Pa. 

Wolf,  Robert  C.  R.  D.  No.  2.  Box  190.  Reading.  Penna. 

Yeager,  Lester,  2.?57  Main  .Street.  Xorthampton.  Pa. 

Young,  Jean  (Mrs.  Brown).  22  Charleston  Road,  Snyder  21.  X.  Y. 

Young,  Rhoda  M.,  423  Water  Street.  Xnrthumberland,  Pa. 

Zelloe,  Joseph,  139  Muir  Ave.,  Hazelton.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1924 

Abbett,  Clara  D.,  St.  Michael's  Mission.  Ethite.  Wyo. 
Aberant,  Helen  (Mrs.  Leo  Rohland).  R.  D.  Xo.  1,  Pittston,  Pa. 

Adams,   Marion  T.,    118   West   St.,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Amesbury,  Mary  P.,  57  Sturdevant  Street.  Wilkes  Barre,  Pa. 
Andres,  Mildred  (Mrs.  W.  Beagle).  116  W.  Market  Street,  Danville.  Pa. 
Andrews,  Marian  K.  (Mrs.  Herbert  Laise),  41-63  C.lenwood  Street,  Little  Xeck, 
X    V 

Aurand    Ella  J.   (Mrs.   G.    T.   Mover).  506  Bloom  Street,   Danville,   Pa. 

Baldauski,  Aldona   (Mrs.   Peter  Ruklaitis),  60  Third  Street,  Wyoming,   Pa. 
Barrow,  Helen  E.,  117  Sixth  Street.  Sunhury,  Pa. 

Baylor,    Grace    (Mr-     H.    L.    Auten).    Thorofare.    X.    J. 

Beaver,    Ruth    N.    (  Mrs.    Ruth    B.    Lindenmuth),    Xumidia,    Pa. 

Behr,    Edith    M       Lr.oez,    Pa. 

Benninger,   Walter   P.,   St.   Johns,   Pa. 

Berlew,    Margaret,    106   .Sharpe    Street.   Kingston,    I'a. 

Blose,    Carl    D.,    .i02    E.    Xorth    Street.    Bethlehem.    Pa. 

Booth,  Anna  M.   (Mrs    .\rchie  Winaus).   Star   Route.  Broadway,   Pa. 

Border,  Herman  E.,   .Millville.   Pa. 

Brace,    Edith,'i    Monument    .-Vvenue.    Wyoming.    Pa. 

Brady,   Elizabeth,  48  Park  .\venue,  Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Brooks,   Lola   M.,  302   Hallenback   .\venue.    Parsons.   Pa. 

Bullock,   Althea   (Mrs.   R.   C.  Allan),  228  W.  Arch  Street,  Shamokin,   Pa. 

Burke,    Hildegarde,    l.W   Searle   Street.    Pittston.    Pa. 

Burkett,  Emma  H.   (Mrs.   Emma  Skladzin).   Railroad  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Buss,  Frank,  90  Oakland  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Byrne,   Anna,    Raven    Run,   Pa. 

Carr,    Josephine,    131    Centre    Street,    Freeland,    l^a. 

Cawthem,   Anna,   806  Spruce   Street,    Kulpmont,    Pa. 

Corrigan,    Elizabeth,   336    W.    Broad    Street,    Hazleton,    I*a. 

Cotner,    Clyde   C,    Washingtonville,    Pa. 

Courtney,  Beatrice  H.  (Mrs.   W.   F.   Rader),  Tobyhanna,   Pa. 

Creasy,  Catherine  (Mrs.  Huttenstine),  MitTTinville,  Pa. 

Crumb,  Mary  R.,   1232  U  Street,  S.   E.  Wash.,  D.  C. 

Daniels,   Elmer  J.,   Buck  Hill   Falls,   Pa. 

Davey,    Marguerite,    Wanamie,    Pa. 

DecKant,  Kathryn  E.,  7J8  (Ontario  Avenue,  Renovo,  Pa. 

Deming,  Beulah  M.  (Mrs.  Willard  B.  Gibson,  Box  i3,  Uniondale,  Pa. 

Derr,    Eleanor,   220    Honeymoon    Street,    Danville,    Pa. 

Devers,  Margaret  C.  (Mrs.  Peter  SamonyJ,  Fallon  Street,  Old  Forge,  Pa. 

Dodd,  Harper  B.,   Fairview  I'ublic  Schools,   West  Fairvicw,   Pa. 

Dohl,  J.  Paul,  713  X.  Green  Street,  Olean,  N.  Y. 

Dowd,  Mary  R.   (Mrs.   Harry   Dieterich),  530  E.  Third  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Drummond,  Sister  M.  Marcelia,  Convent  of  Mercy,  Great  Xeck,  L.  I.,  X.  Y. 

Dunlap,  Ruth  H.  (Mrs.  Edward  Thomas),  4502  Amherst  Road,  College  Park,  Md. 

Dunn,   Mary   L    (Mrs.   Gable),  807  Margaret  Street,   Flint,   Mich. 

Eisenhower,  M.  Ruth  (Mrs.  H.  F.  Brown),  Kingston,  Pa. 

Elligette,  Claire,  139  Sanborne  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  I'a. 

Enama,    Lena    P.    (Mrs.    Christopher    Baum),    Xuremberg,    Pa. 

Ent,  Editha  (Mrs.  Marion  T.  Adams),  118  West  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Evans,   Anna   L,   :i,M,  ( )ld   River  Road,   \Vilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Evans,  Margaret   (Mrs.   Raymond  Lewis),  51   Pearl  Street,  Carbondale,   Pa. 

Faatz,    Mildred,    718    Main    Street,    Forest    City,    Pa. 

Fahey,  Agnes  M.,   I'.  O.   Box  352,  Pittston,  Pa. 

Fear,   Cathran  J.,   224    Linden   Street,   W.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Ferguson,  Charlotte   C.    (Mrs.   Chester   Ford),   79   Williams   Lane,   Hatboro,    Pa. 

Ferguson,    Isabelle  S.,   417   Maple   Street,   Jenkintown,    Pa. 

Fomwald,  Mildred  T.  (Mrs.  Robert  Amy),    529  Susquehanna  Ave.,  Sunbury,  Pa. 

Fox,  M.  Jeanne  (.Mrs.  Develer),  212  S.   Fourth  Street,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Furman,    Sophia    P.,    Alden    Station,    Pa. 

Gable,  Christina  (.Mrs.  R.  W.  Jacks),  Auburn,  Pa. 

Gallagher,    Mildred   M.,    133    Bushwick    Avenue,    Brooklyn,    N.    Y. 

Gallen,  Virginia  M.  (Mrs.  Allan  Knight),  Palace  Ave.,  Brookview,  Claymont,  Del. 

George,    Rhoda    E.,    317    State    Street,    Nanticoke,    Pa. 

Goldsmith,   Estella,   Dallas.   Pa. 

Gribben,  Helen  (^Irs.  Thomas  McHale),  1133  Delaware  .■\venue,   Bethlehem,   Pa. 

Groff,  Lucile,  203'..    Sanborne   Street,   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Grosvenor,   Velma   B.    (Mrs.    Hurd),   410   Kevstone   .\venue,    Peckville,    Pa. 

Hahn,  Frances  M.   (.Mrs.  Carl   D.   Blose).  502  E.  North  Street,   Bethlehem,  Pa. 

Halm,  Minnie  M.,   110  Prospect   Street,   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Hall,    Margaret    L.,    Beaverdale,    Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 

Hart,  Lenore  C.  (Mrs.   Beers).  538  Carey  Avenue,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Hart,  Margaret  D.  (Mrs.  H.  E.  Mingos),  105  York  Avenue,  Towanda,  Pa. 

Hess,    Hazle   M.    (Mrs.    R.    Chapin),    Nescopeck,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Pa. 

Hess,    William    M.,    Wintield.    Pa. 

Hetler,   Arline   R.,   531    E.    Second   Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Hile,  Laura  V.  (Mrs.  Eberhard),  12  X.  Farragut  Avenue,  Mays  Landing,  N.  J. 

Hornet,   Alice   M.,   Camptown,    Pa. 

Horn,  Blanche  C.  (Mrs.  Ernest  Zimmerman),  1124  Walnut  Street,  Allentown,  Pa. 

Houser,  Geneva,  136  Main  Street,  Eckley,  Pa. 

Hower,    Heisler,    \'olp    .Arc    I^aboratories.    Kingston    Corners,    Kingston,    Pa. 

Jaffin,    Peter   C,    1125    Fourth    Avenue.    Berwick,    Pa. 

James,  Myfanwy  E.  (Mrs.  N.   S.   Bunnell),   State  Road,  Dalton,  Pa. 

Jannicelli,    Michael   P.,   704   Main    Street,    Forest    City,    Pa. 

John,  Dorothy  K.  (Mrs.  Harold  Dillon),  Light  Street  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Johnston,    S,    Arlene    (Mrs.    E.    S.    Banker).    41    Beldon    St.,    Binghamton,    X.    Y. 

Jones,    Alice,    ^4    Main    Street,    Wanamie,    Pa. 

Jones,  Helen  G.   (Mrs.   George  Gilbert),  Lake  .\riel,  R.   D.   No.   1,  Pa. 

Jones,  Margaret  J.,  (i32  N.  Main  .Avenue,  Scranton.  Pa. 

Jones,   Sarah   A.    (Mrs.    Lawrence   Jones),   831    S.    Main    Street,   Old   Forge,    Pa. 

Joseph,  Mary,  98  W^voming  Avenue,  W'ilkes- Barre.  Pa. 

Kahler,  Laura  M.  (Mrs.  .\lfred  Wendel),  400  Colonial  Gardens,  Forty  Fort.  Pa. 

Kane,  Patrick  J.,  801   X.   Main  Street,  Forest  City,  Pa. 

Kauffman,   Evelyn   H,    (Mrs.    Guy   Snyder),   Mountain  Top.   Pa. 

Keefer.   Margaret   E.   (Mrs.   Harry  Brumbaugh),   Pillow,   Pa. 

Kellagher,    Florence,   T.ocus'    Gap.    Pa. 

Kinf,   Katherine  E.   (Mrs.   Howard   Roat),  54  W.  Dorrance  Street,  Kingston,   Pa. 

Kistler,    Sevilla    M.,    640    Grant    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Kline,  M.   Faye   (Mrs.   Milton   Sommer).   541   Church   Street,    Bound   Brook,   X.   J. 

Kline,   Viola   M.   (^Trs.   Homer  Bruch).   R.   D.   No.  3.   Catawissa,    Pa. 

Klingerman,   Ruth  V.    (Mrs.    Richard    Brader),   Orangeville,    Pa. 

Koch,  Elizabeth,  252  Parke  Street,   Pittston,  Pa. 

Kreidler,    Sister    M.    Cletus.    Larchwood.    la 

Krolikowski,  Helen  C.  200  E.  Main  Street,  Glen  Lvon,  Pa. 

Krushinski,  Elizabeth  R.,  74  W.  Main  Street.  W'anamie,  Pa. 

Krzyzanski,  Clara  A.  (Mrs.  Rohan),  434  Main  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Latorre,   Pauline   M.,   535    Lasalle   Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 

Lauver,  Mary  E.,  Mt.   Pleasant   Mills,   Pa. 

Lawson,  James  V/.,  101   W.   Washington  Avenue.  Shenandoah.  Pa. 

Lawson,   Miriam   R.,  644   E.   Third    Street,   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Leonard,   Marion,    New   Boston,    Pa. 

Lerda,    Louis,    10   Orange    Avenue,    Cranford.    N.    J. 

Leutholt,   Helen   A.   (Mrs.   Lawrence   Nooke)    250  Main   Street.   TnyMr.   Pa. 

Lizdas,    Adda    M.    (Mrs.    Charles    Salshurg).    Box    21.    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Llewellyn,  Harold  J.,  Carey  Ave.  Public  Schools,  Wilkes  Barre,  Pa. 

Long,   Max  E.,  9^5  E.   Fourteenth  Street.  Chester.  Pa. 

Lowenberg,  Claire  (Mrs.  George  Reger),  W^est  Br(Xik  Road,  Wanaque,  Midvale, 

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Lyons,  Theresa,   85   Regent   Street,   Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 
McDermott,   Dorothy    A.,    5.10   South    Street.    Avoca,    Pa. 
McNamara,   Veronica    A.,   314   Highland    Street,    Hawlev,    Pa. 
McNeal,  Beatrice  W.,  East  Third  Street.  Nescopeck,  Pa. 
Mailey,  Leona  E.,  49  Third  Street.   Kingston,  Pa. 
Martin,   Merre    E.,    Mehoopany,   Pa. 

Mathias,  Elizabeth,  566  NortTiway  Street,  Northumberland,  Pa. 
Maurer,    Josephine    L..    519    S.    River    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Mensch,    S.    Matilda    (Mrs.    Russel    Wanles\    R.    D.    No.    2,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Mensch,  Maud  C.  (ifrs.  M.iurice  V.  Ridall),  ,312  E.  Tenth  Street.  Berwick.   Pa. 
Miller,  Charles,   6012  W.   Wisconsin    Avenue,   Wauwatosa,   Milwaukee,   Wis. 
Miller,   Harold,   52  N.    Iron   Street,   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Morgan,  Dorothy   E.    (Mrs.   Shaver),  c/o  Public   Schools,   Merchantville,   X.    T. 
Morgan,    Elias   P.,  337   Samuels   .\venue,   Hazleton,   Pa. 
Morse,  Doris  M.,  5  Franklin  Street,  WTiite  Plains,  N.  Y. 
Murphy,  Anna   B.,  Lost  Creek,   Pa. 
Nelson,  Olga  A.,  X^esquchoning.  Pa. 

Nordstrom,    Anna    E.,    293    N.    Hancock    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Novak,    Helen,    1015    Lvnwood    Drive.    Rolla,    Mo. 
Oman,   Mrs.   Esther  D.,   TTallstead,   Pa. 

Oman,  Lena  R.  (Mrs.  G.  Buckman).  5711  Hoffman  Avenue,  W.  Philadelphia.  Pa. 
O'Mara,  Mary  G.  (Mrs.  F.  A.  Earley").  12,50  Wyoming  Ave.,  Exeter.  Pa. 
O'Neill,  Anna  M.  (Mrs.  T?edineton),  .5"  Grandview  Place,  Upper  Montclair.  N.  J. 
O'Neill,  Veronica,  901   Main   Street.  Forest   City.   Pa. 
Parsons,  Charlotte  E..  2.36  S.    Pine   Street.   Har'eton.  Pa. 
Partridtre,  Catherine  M.  (Mrs    F.  W.  TJeinturt),  Dallas.  Pa. 
Paul,   Burdella   J.    (Mr-.    Honeywell).   72  Davenport   Street,   Plymouth,   Pa. 


Perry.  Sarah  E.   (Mrs.   W.   S,   Wright),   P.  O.    Box   53,   Sea  Isle   City,   X.   J. 

Pollack,  Lydia  A.,  55J  Shoemaker  Ave.,  W  yommg.  1  a. 

Pratt    Ruth  W.,  270  E.   Broad   Street,   Nanticoke,   1  a^  c-     .    r, 

RabeVt,  Eleancr  E.   (Mrs.   Claude  FaustJ,  100  R.ver  Street,  Forty   Fort.   Pa. 

Raiewski,   Stasia,  65  Orchard   Street,   Glen   Lyon.    1  a. 

g-;;°l^:;  ^X  E^(M^^'  ^%.^l^ni^I^.  Avenue,  Factory v.lle.  Pa. 

^!^^lLV.'^Mridr?d^M:^\MrT^C.''&^^^^^  nox    411    Livingston    Street. 

RoberUr'G.ertr''ude'M.,   313    E.    Church    Street     Nanticoke,    Pa. 


fc"he''r'e;,l':uis^B'.'',Sv/.°(?.^1^:  go"fa^„d)!- B^x  28    McKeansburg,   Pa. 

e,i,;.Jll.V     Friward   F      23''   Ridge   Avenue,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

ichuyl";    "rLryn   C.  TMrs.    lussell    Gaston),    Turbotv.lle,    Pa. 

Schwall,   Joseph,    14376   Rutland    Road,   Detroit     Mich. 

Selecky    Catherine  D.,  439  X.  Market  Street,  Glen  Lycn.  Pa 

Shaushnessy,   Francis  H.,  319   Louisa   Street,   Wllhamsport,   Pa.       . 

Shelbirt     Ru  h    A.    airs.    Ross    Asborn).    31    (Congress    Ave.,    Springfield,    Pa. 

iresko,  Joseph   P.,  221   W.   Main  Street,   Xant.coke     Pa. 

Sinravaee    Peter,  SCO  Main  Street,   Sugar   Notch,    i  a. 

sS^er    Bessie  A    (.Mrs.  John  Shaffer),  732  Cherry  Street,  \\  lUiamsport,   Pa. 

i'^f  ;„r„    Ann,  E    (Mrs    Willis  Barnes),  311  Race  Street,  W.  Pittston,  Pa. 

lull!  ETthe''r"M.^:Mr'''jol^  Seely),  MjlMarket  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Snyder,    Tressa    (Mrs.    Merle    Johnson),    Qifford.    Pa. 

Sfafller    Viola    Oelaware  Arms  Apt.,   Pennsgrove.   -\.   J.  . 

IJevens,  D^othy  R.,  (Mrs.  R.  R    Malcolm).  Chartares  Ave.  Extension,  McKees 

Stevens'!*'lrma  I.,   145  E.  Sixth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Stover,    Maude    R.    (Mrs.    Meyer),    Rebersburg     1  a 

Swartz,   Mabel   (Mrs.   R.   D.   Gardner),   Colon;al   Prrk,   la. 

Swfneforr  Adeline   E.,   506   West    Front   Stre^et,    Berwick,    Pa 

Swortw^d.    Alberta    (Mrs.    Dohl),    713    W.    Green    Street     Olean,    N.    \. 

Trrrv     Ruth   M.    (Mrs.    Kenneth   Corway),   286   Washington    Rve.,   Union,   X.   J. 

Thomas,  Alma.  374  N.  Washington  Street,  W  .Ikes-Barre,  la. 

Tirpak,    Andrew.  439Vi    Market    Street     Glen    Lyon,    Pa 

Wainer    Grace  A.,  422  X.   Webster  Ave.,  Scrantcn.   Pa. 

Waples^Getha  m!  (Mrs.  Walter  Shaffer).  421  Woodland,  Ave.,  W  illiamsport.  Pa. 

Watteis,  Eva  L.  Miffiinville,  Pa. 

WpUko     Veronica,    Box   695.    Freelana.    la. 

wirkheiser    Elizabeth  (Mr^.  Levan).  635  E.   Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa 

wtuiarSs    Alke  W.  (Mrs.   R.  L.  Keller.)  379  E.  Third  Street    Bloomsburg    Pa. 

Wrn^rns    E^a  D    I.Mrs.  E.  D.  Williams),  233  Xesbit  Terrace.  Ir^^ngton.  N.  J. 

Z"-TZs.   Frances  M.   (Mrs    G     P.   Willianis).  40  Price   Street     K.ngston,   Pa. 

Williams    Meda   F     (Mrs    A,   F--^,  ds)     R    D    Xo.   1,  Mi^^^^^^^^  ^.     ^ 

WooTin.'^^Cra^e   A!"Ml-s.V.''H.''ihomas)     613   Third   Street,   Catasauqua,    Pa. 

Woychik.    Elizabeth,    133    Hickory    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

^:ll^^:  ^""lerheni^-\i^'rfSa?S:So?"E;'"=l™,^r- street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

|£o@?ilSli£  °;  r-sk^^r^6  ^itland   Rd.,   Detroit,   Mich. 

CLASS   OF    1925 
Apcnick,   Wanda,   212    E.   Green   Street,    Xanticoke,   Pa. 

Armstrcns,  Thelma   (Mrs.   Moore),  90  Xew  \ork  Avenue,  Johnson  City,  N.   \. 
Barrett,   Helen   H.   (Mrs.    Lechleitner),   Cambra,    Pa. 
Beaver,    Bessie    Mae,    Xumidia,    Pa. 

Bolig,   Pauline   E.,  301    S.    Market   Street.   Selinsgrove.    Pa. 
Bolles,    Rachel     (.Mrs.     Malone),    Champion     Forest.    Jessups,    Md. 
Rrarp    Laura  W    (Mrs.  Warren  Hyde),  W  atsontown.   Pa. 

iradfey    Ma?y  V.  (Mrs:  S.  W.  Xeyhard),  207  E.  Maple  Ave..  Merchantville.  N.J. 
Bucher,    Pauline    (Mrs.    Swank),    Elysburg,    Pa. 
Burgess,  Adaline,  R.  D.  No.  3,  Wyoming,   Pa. 
Burgess,   LUIian,   R.   D.   No.   3,   Wyoming,   Pa. 
Burns,  Joseph,    Kanshaw,   Pa. 

Carr    Florence  C,  27  Main  Street.  W  anamie.  Pa.  ^  ,       r> 

Cal?;iis"?er  M.  William.  Sisters  of  Mercy.  St.  Agnes  Convent,  Towanda,  Pa. 
Cashmareck,    Helen   V..   1769  Tioga   Street.    Shamok^n.    Pa. 
Chivers     Muriel.    (11    lenkins    Avenue.    Peckville.    1  a. 
Citro.  Alohonsus  M..  632  Ridge  Street.  Freeland.  Pa. 
Clarke.  Catharine.  424  Hollenback  Avenue.  Parson,  la. 
Cofiman.    William    C.    Millville.    Pa. 
Connelly,    Verna    Marie,    R.    D.    Xo.    1.    Sunbury.    Pa. 

Contini     Mary    C.    4.<4    Green    Street.    Freeland,    Pa.         „  ,       ,       „  .„       .-     , 

Ccxc     CaVhIrh.e   C.    (Mrs.    Gilmartin),    Dewville   Pubhc    Schools.    Dewville,    X.    J. 

Coxe',   Marion   E.   1256  St.   Anne   Street,   Scrantoii.   Pa. 

Curwood,  Mary  H.  11  W.  Butler  Street.  Shickfhmny.  Pa. 

Daniels.   Elizabeth  L.   117   E.   Atherton   Street.  Taylcjr,   Pa. 

Davenpcrt.  Frsnces  (Mrs.  Max   Penn^neton).  Bloomsburg.  1  a. 
Davis.  Eli.-abeth  R.,  225  Barney  Street,  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Davis,   Laura   A.,    2305   Hollester   .Ave..    Scr.inton,    Pa. 

Davis,    Verna    E.,    1938   Washburn    Street.    Scranton.    Pa. 
Donegan,  Kathryn,  98  Centre  Street,  Nesquehoning,  Pa. 

Donohoe.  Joseph  J.,  Lost  Creek,  Pa.  ,  ■        r. 

Dormer,   Elizabeth,  911   W.    Spruce   Street,    Shainokin.    Pa.  n-      ,      .    r. 

Dougherty.  Anna  (Mrs.  Robert   Glennon),  1021  Washington   Street,   Freeland,   Pa. 

Driscoll.    Dean,    Uushore,    Pa.  ,,.,-,.      ■„       n 

Drum,  S'jsan  R.,  (Mrs.  Wayne  Turner),  Miffiinville.  la. 

Durbin.  Louise,  1,39  E.  Main  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Dyer.  Ruth   M.   I  Mrs.  Rudy),  Danville.   Pa. 

Eade,  Edith  May,  101  E.  Centre  Street,  Nesquehoning,  Pa.  . 

Evans,  Lucy  H.  (Mrs.  Charles  A.  Unold),  325  Roe  -Avenue,  Elmira,  X.  ^. 

Eyerly,   Margaret    (Mrs.    Ralph   Aul).    Espy,   Pa. 

Farley,    Earl   T..   450   Washington   Street.   Rochester.    Pa. 

Fay,    Margaret    E.,    231    Chestnut    Street,    Kingston,    Pa. 

Fichter,  Claire.  719  N.  Locust  Street    Hazleton,  Pa. 

Finn.  Sister  M.  Theophane,   161    S.   Washington   Street,   W  ilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Fisher,  Martha  A.,  310  S.  Front  Street.  Sunbury,  Pa. 

Flannery,    Anthony    J.,    Lost    Creek.    Pa. 

Fleming,    Margaret    R.,    92    Main    Street.    Kingston      Pa. 

Ford.    Elizabeth.   249    E.    Green    Street.   Nanticoke,    Pa. 

Fought,    B.    George,    Millville,    Pa.  . 

Gallagher,    Mary    L.,    Church    Street,    Audenried     Pa.  o    v  \- 

r.iu.>har    Jnli.-   M..   'Mrs.   Xeal  Carmodv).  7419  Sixth   .Avenue,   Brooklyn  9,  X.\. 

Geary,   Anna   R.,    (Mrs.    J.    E.    Sidlerl.    Danville.    Pa 

Cower.  Marian  A.,  406  Prospect  Ave..  Hackensack.  X.J. 

Griffiths.    Margaret.    109   Gaylord   Street     Plymouth     P.a.  c     ,      r-     .     t> 

Hale.  Marion   (Mrs.   Marion  Trethaway),  1175  Wyalusing   .Ave..   Forty   Fort.   Pa. 

Harris.   Vivian   (Mrs.   HoUenbacM.   212   W.   Atherton    Street.   Taylor.    Pa. 

Hart    Maryan  E.  (Mrs.  J.  F.  Miller).  533  E.  Sixth   Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Hartzelle.   Helen.   117   Second   Street.   Catawissa,   Pa. 

Henry,  Ellen  C.   (Mrs.  J.  A.  Woods),  12  Walt(3n   Street,  Toms   River    X     J 

Herring,  Dorothy   (Mrs.  J.  J.  Greenway.  Jr.),  Blythe  Avenue,  Drexel  Hill,  Pa. 

Herriotts,    Bessie,   924  E.   Northampton   Street,   Wilkes    Barre^  Pa. 

Hess,  Marion  E.  (Mrs.  S.  Carmick).  107  Long  Lane,  Upper  Darby,  Pa. 

Hiedix,  Marie  A.,  779  Main  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Hildebrand,    Gertrude    (Mrs.   Crayton),   418   Center   Avenue,    Clarks   Summit,   Pa. 

Hill,  La  Verne  (Mrs.  F.  B.  Moore),  10  Christian  Street,  Xanticoke,  Pa. 

Holovich,  Helen   (Mrs.   Xace   Broscius),  203   N.   Franklin   Street,   Shamokin,   Pa. 

Hooker.   Martha.   702   Main   Street.   Old  Forge.    Pa. 

Jackson.    Mary   F.,   702   Grove    Street,   Avoca,    Pa. 

Jenkins,  Ruth  D.  (Mrs.  M.  K.  Boona),  6902  Tenadian,  \.  Woods,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Johnson,  Marion,   148  Harrison  Street,  Old   Forge,   Pa. 

Jones,    Elsie    E.    (Mrs.    Voight).    \V.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Jones,    Florence    E.,    50   Green    Street.    Kingston.    Pa. 

Jones,   Florence  M.,   562  Main  Street,   Sugar  X'otch,   Pa. 

Jones,  Jennie  P.  (Mrs.  C.   H.   Pressler),   Firestone  Tire  &   Rubber  Co.,   Lancaster 

Jon^s,    Margaret    (.\irs.    Lester    Bennett),    402    River    Street,    Plainsville.    Pa. 

Jones.    Margaret   L.,    (Mrs.    Golden),   6625   Allegheny' ..Ave.,    Oakmont,    Pa. 

Keen,  Jessie   ( .Mrs.    Wilbur   Deeter),    120   E.    Main   Street.   Xanticoke,   Pa. 

Keen,   Maude  O.,   215   Highland   Avenue,   Clarks   Summit,    Pa. 

Kelly,    Bemetta   M.,    1404   Linden    Street,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Kelly.    Essie,    ill    Russell   Street,   Honesdale,    Pa. 

Kushma.   Michael  S.,  207   Second  Street,   Box  21,  Drifton,   Pa. 

Lannon.   Mary   C,   (.>42   Altar   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Laubach,    Joseph    B.,    Benton.    Pa. 

Lawrence.  Emily.  83  Oak  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Lawson,    Martha    (Mrs.    Harry    Goff),    107    W.    Washington,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Leister.    Arlie    (.Mrs.    H.    B.    Goodman).    1205    Line    Street.    Sunbury.    Pa. 

Levan.    R.    Mary.    224    George    .Avenue.    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Lecb.    Mabel    E..    125    Philadelphia   Avenue.    W.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Long,   Cora   E.,    Dalmatia,    Pa. 

McAndrews,  Kathryn,  301   Indiana  Avenue.  Shenandoah.  Pa. 

McCullough.   M:riam   K..  409   West   Seventh    Street.   Hazleton.    Pa. 

McDonald.    Elizabeth    (Mrs.    .A.    J.    King).    48   Atherton    .Ave..    Wyoming.    Pa. 

McDonnell.    Marie    C.,    .">(XI    E.    Park    .Street.    Centralia.    Pa. 

McMennimen.  Kathryn  R.  (Mrs.  T.  G.  Kennedy),  81  Wood  St.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Maher.   William,   Hup   Bottom,   Pa. 

Marchetti,    Violet,    1Ud2  Chestnut   Street,   Kulpmont,   Pa. 

Maroney,   Elizabeth   E.,   Box   73,    Miffiinville,    Pa. 

Martin.    Clara    E..   426    Hemlock    Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Martin,  Margaret.  698  X.  \"ine  Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Mather.   Lyle   E.    (Mrs.   J.    Klechner),   36   E.   Central   Avenue,    Morristown,    X.   J. 

Mensch,   Jeannette,   21/    Xorth    Street.   Catawissa.    Pa. 

Mensinger.  Ruth  E.  (Mrs.   T.  E.  Gnmes).  116  W.  First  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Michael.   Bessie  Mae   (Mrs.    Ira    Bogart),   R.   D.   Xo.  2,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Millen.    Laura   E.,   (i9   .Academy   Street,    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Miller,   Grace,    (^Irs.    George   Creasy),    MiffLnville,    Pa. 

Morgan,   Gladys   M.,    178   Summit    Street.   Kingston,   Pa. 

Morgan,   Mildred   M.    (Mrs.    Powell),  2217   N.   Main  .Avenue,   Scranton,   Pa. 

Nahadil,   Ada,   ~ 22   Ann   Street,   Duryea,   Pa. 

Nasatka,   Martha   (Mrs.    Frank   Coveleski),   1432  Pulaski  .Ave.,   Shamokin,   Pa. 

Newman,    Esther,    215    Main    Street,    Dupont,    .Avoca.    Pa. 

O'Dcnnell,    Anthony,    Lost    Creek.    Pa. 

O'Donnell.  Loretta,    1,^9  Main  Street.   Eckley,  Pa. 

Olver,  Helen  E.  (Mrs.  Earl  Erdner),  107  Helms  Avenue,  Swedesboro,  N.  J. 

O'Rourke.   Mae   (!Mrs.    T.    S.   Jordan).    1210   Richmont   Street.   Scranton,    Pa. 

Park,   Emily   A.,   400   McKinley   .Avenue,   Endicott.   X.   Y. 

Parrish.    Mae   J.    (Mrs.    Xelson    Lewis).    R.    D.    Xo.   3.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Patterson,  J.-.scn.    K.   D.   -Vo.   1.   Easton.   Pa. 

Peifer.   Elizabeth   M.,   .506   Ferry   Street,   Danville,   Pa. 

Peters,   Minnie   A.,    Wapwallopen,    Pa. 

Phebey,    T.    El'en    (Mrs.    Ellen    Gray),   45    Breese   Street.    Wyoming,    Pa. 

Polanecsky,  Nicholas,  7021  Algard  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Poust,   Pearl,    I'liie   Street,   Orangeville.    Pa. 

Price,  Margaret  Esther  (Mrs.  Miller),  25  N.  Tamaqua  Street,  McAdoo,  Pa. 

Prebert,   Mary   Beatrice.   115   West    Avenue.    Mt.   Carmel.    Pa. 

Radel.  Pearl  (Mrs.   Leon  Bickel).  1028  Masser  Street,  Sunbury,  Pa. 

Rees,  Bronwen  (Mrs.  Leslie  J.  Boone),  447  Second  Street,  W'ashington,  Pa. 

Rhinard,   Harriet,   1400  Chestnut   Street.    Berwick,   Pa. 

Rice,   Helen  Nadine,  Trucksville.  Pa. 

Richards,   G'adys   A.    (Mrs.    W.   Glechner).   Helfrich   Springs.   Allentown,   Pa. 

Roberts.    Abbve.    2^    Wall    Street.    Plvmouth.    Pa. 

Rohland.   Regis   M..   (.07   Main    Street.   Old    Forge.    Pa. 

Roushey.    Martha    A.    (Mrs.    Ernest    Miers).    Har""ord.    Pa. 

Ruckle.  Arlene  L..  35  E.  Fourth  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Ruggles,   Alice.    Pikes  Creek.  Hunlock  Creek.   Pa. 

Ruggles.  Frances   (Mrs.   M.   ^L  Trumbower).  -South  Williamsport.   Pa. 

Ryan.  Florence  A..   155  Willow  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Saricks.    Elizabeth    F.    (Mrs.    Edward    Stark).   933    Birbeck    Street.    Freeland.    Pa. 

Schock.   Helen  I.   (Mrs.  Turner).   Xoxen.   Pa. 

Schott.  Geneva  E.  (Mrs.  Carl  Traugh).  407  E.   Eighth  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Schraeder.    Celia   H.,   274   Coal    Street.    Glen    Lyon.    Pa. 
Seybert.    Alma    (Mrs.    Frank   Wilson.    Jr.).    Lght    Street.    Pa. 

Shiffer,   Marie   (Mrs.    L.    H.    Wolfe).   133   Miles   .Avenue.   Syracuse.   N.   Y. 

Shipman.  Kathryn  L.  (Mrs.  W.  M.  Lorah).  753  Broad  Street,  Montoursville.  Pa. 

Shovlin.   Kathryn.   305   Washington   Street,    Freeland,    Pa. 

Sick.    Pearl,   Meehoopanv.    Pa. 

Sieber,    Elizabeth   M.    (Mrs.    H.    P.    Robinson).   66    Barton    St..    Ottawa,    Ontario, 

Smith,    Daniel    E..    Drums,    Pa. 

Smith,    Marian    E..    Benton,   Pa. 

Sokolozky.    Elizabeth,    1574    Oneida    Street.    Shamokin.    Pa. 

Spangenberg.   Wilhelmina   (Mrs.   H.   J.   Lesaws),  804  Phila.   Street.   Scranton.  Pa. 

Stead.    Alice   E..    707    Boulevard    .Avenue.    Dickson.    Pa. 

Stecker,    Gladys.    Delaware    .Arms    .Apt..    Pennsgrove.    N.    J. 

Stellmach.  Florence  A..  L508  W.  -Arch  Street.  .Shamokin.  Pa. 

Sterner,   James  H..    Eastman   Kodak   Park.   Rochester.   N.   Y. 

Stevens,  Ruth,  145  E.  Sixth  Street,  Bloom=hurg.  Pa. 

Straub,   Mary   (Mrs.   Clovd  Werkheiser),  211   Glen  Avenue,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Stroh,  Elizabeth  E.,  89  N.  Dorrance  Street.  Kingston.  Pa. 

Teple,  Nettie  Mae  (Mrs.  Stanley  Beaver,  R.  D.,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Thomas,   Elsie.   314    Pn-ell   Street.    Plymout'i.   Pa. 

Thomas.  Mary  Ann  (Mrs.  Schooley),  1418  Market  Street.  Camp  Hill,  Pa. 

Titus,  Helen  (Mrs.   Henrie),  Meshonpen,  Pa. 

Troxell.   Grace   (Mrs.    Francis   L.   Shaffer).   Box  271,    Sunbury,   Pa. 

Troy.    Harold   Carson.    Miffiinville.    Pa. 

Vitale.   Lillian    R..    186   Parsonage   Street.    Pi'tston.    Pa. 

Walker.   Reva  G..   R.   F.   D.   X^o.   3.   Susquehanna,   Pa. 

Walp,   Harriet   E.   (Mrs.   Eastburn),  521   Chestnut  Street.  Coatesville.  Pa. 

Walper.    Ruth   E..    51    S     Cedar   Street.   H.-zleton,    Pa. 

Watkins,    Lily    Elizabeth,    East    Main    Street,    Catawissa,    Pa. 

Weaver,    Hannetta    E.,    .Alderson.    Pa. 

Weber,   Grace   CMrs.   Rogers),  31    Stew.nrd   Avenue.  Trenton,   N.   J. 

Welliver,    I.    Helen    (Mrs.    T'tt).    Box    .391.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Welsko.   Thomas   E..   Box   67.    Freeland.    P.t. 

Whalen.    Mary   Esther,    .Shenandoah    Heights.    Pa. 

Wharmby.    Mvrlle.    92    Elm    Street.    Plvmouth.    Pa.  ^.,  ,    ^       _,  .^  _ 

WUliams.  Deborah  C.  (Mrs.  Waller  Griffith).  144  E.  Fifth  St..  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Williams.   Ruth  Mildred.  655  James  Street.  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Wolfe.    Mildred.    Front    Street.    New    Berhn.    Pa. 

Yost.  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  .Alvan  Sutliff).  Benton.  Pa. 
ClASS   OF    1926 

Allen.   Ruth   A.,    (Mrs.    Thurston    Smith).   Lakewood.    Pa. 

Ashton,   Antonio,    126   Walnut    Street,    Plymouth.    Pa. 


Aul,  Geraldine  K.,   (Mrs.  Carl  H.   Davis),  Mill  Street,  Orangeville,   Pa. 

Baer,  Vera  L.,  I. Mrs.  John  Steeley),  R.  D.  No.  2,  East  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Baker,    Ethel    Dorothy,   5    W.    Kilth    Street,    Watsonlown,    Pa. 

Barklie,    Lucy,    Hmx    153    Mansfield    Depot,   Conn. 

Bisset,    Bertha    M.    (Mr*.    D.    Leslie    Baker),    Espv.    Pa. 

Bomboy,  Mary  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Herbert  E.  Ralston),  R.  D.  No.  3,  AUentown,  Pa. 

Bonham,    Mae,    1117    \\':ihiut    Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Brooks,    Elizabeth    M.,    40    S.    Second    Street^    Lewisburp.    Pa. 

Brown,   Margaret   V.,  21    Main   Street.    Laflin,    Plainsville,   Pa. 

Budd,    Alice   Mary    (.Mrs.    Robert    Dwycr),    Meadville,    Pa. 

Burlingame,   Eva  M.   (.Mrs.    Eva   Prey),    East    Fifth   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Butler,  Margaret  Eleanor,  486  Second  Street,  Northumberland,  Pa. 

Campbell,    Niargaret    H.,    (i20   Minooka    Avenue,    Moosic,    Pa. 

Carroll,    Blanche    C,    Du^hore,    Pa. 

Cawley,  Sister  Mary  Agnita,  Uil   S.   Washington  Street,  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Coburn,  Margaret  (Mr>.   Ewart   Davies),  69  S.  Poplar  Street.  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Conville,    Evelyn    Veronica,   35    S.    Hickory    Street,    Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 

Coolbaugh,  Arltne  R.  (Mrs.  Forest  Kunkle).  R.  D.  No.  I,   Dallas,  Pa. 

Cooper.  Gilbsrt,   (  . '.itesvillc.   Pa. 

Coyne,   Sara   Verna,   1191   S.    Main  Street.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Crawford,  Beatrice  L.,  Rolirshiirg.  Pa. 

Daniels.  Helen  L.,  \\7   E.  .\therton  Street.  Taylor.   Pa. 

Davey,    Marjorie    Inez,    H14    Westside    Avenue,    Honesdale.    Pa. 

Davies,  Mabel  (-Mrs.  .\rchibald  Turner),  63  Robert  St.,  Sheatown,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Decker,   Marion,   Xcv.-  .Albany,   Pa. 

Deebel.  Charlotte  Kathleen,   I.Mrs.   A.    I.   Huber),   133  Cedor  Street.  Hempstead. 

1..    1  .    N,    \. 
Devine,  Catherine  M.,  43  Brown   Street.   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Dickinson.  Helen  D.  (.Mrs.  Gustason),  503  Center  Street,  East  Pittsburgh.  Pa. 
Dugan,    Mae    R..    ^2   Church    Street,    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Dunn,   Helen   Louise   (Mrs.   Allan   Earnhartl.  307   Berwick,   White   Haven,   Pa. 
Edwards.  Emily   B.  (Mrs.   Glen  Rupert).   150  W.   Main  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Erickscn,    Mary    S.,    1532   Mountain    .\venue.    Scranton,    Pa. 
Evans.   Eleanc-  T.,  236  01<1    River   Road.   Wilkes  Barre,   Pa. 
Evans.  Margaret  Louise,  110  Slocum  Street.  Forty  Fort,   Pa. 
Farley.   Jennie  M..  743  Hepburn  Street.   Milton,   Pa. 

Fenstermacher,  Maude  (.Mrs.  W.  H.  Fahringer).  243  Pine  Street,  (^atawissa,  Pa. 
Fetterman.    Verna.    104(>    Reagan    Street,    Sunbury,    Pa. 
Fisher,  I.  Frances   (Mrs.   Ray   Perrego),  R.   D.   No.  2,   Dallas.  Pa. 
Flannelly.    Mary.    311    McAlpine    Street.    Avoca.    Pa. 
Flynn.  Stella  Irene,  1319  S.   Main  Street,  Pittston.  Pa. 

Friedberg.   Florence  (.Mrs.   M.   H.   Harrison),  230  W.   Sunbury  St.,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Friedley.   C.   Ella    (Mrs.   Clavton    Rohbinsl.    Benton.   Pa. 
Friedman.  Dorothy  Lydia  (Mrs.   Rand).  242  Main  Street.  Luzerne,  Pa. 
Fuller.  Thelma  M.   (Mrs.   Taylor).   1612  Dyre   Street,  Philadelphia,   Pa. 
Gallagher.  Mary  Anna  (Mrs.   Edmund  Jenkins).  59  Franklin  St..  Plymouth.  Pa. 
Gavey.   Josephine   M.    (Mrs.    Swithers),   5  Orchard   Street,   Glen   Lyon,    Pa. 
Gearhart.  Pearle  (Mrs.  W.  McCollum).  406  Market  Street.  Danville,  Pa. 
Getr.    Raymond,    Millville.    Pa. 
Gill.   Ruth.  .!(i:   First   Street,  Olyphant.   Pa. 
Gogolach.  Anna  R..   76  .Academy   Street.   Plymouth.   Pa. 
Goulden.   A.   Helen.   Mountain   Top   P.  O.,   Blytheburn.   Pa. 
Graham.    Hazel   Keith.   729   Main   Street.    Peckville.    Pa. 
Grier.    Marie    Helen,   78    Elizabeth    Street.    Pittston.    Pa. 
Hagenbuch.    Pearl    E.    (Mrs.    Swenson),   231    Mountain    Ave.,    R.    D.    No.    2,    N. 

Cal.lufll.   ,\.    I. 
Harlos.    Grace    Ellen    (Mrs.    Carr).   99   Sharpe    Street.    Kingston,    Pa. 
Hartwieson,   Arline   .Mrs.   S.   S.    Tablouski).   25   Ross   Street.   Ashley,    Pa. 
Haupt.  Ruth  P.  I  Mrs.  Artz),  415  W.  Frack  Street,  Frackville,  Pa. 
Hausch,    Mildred    A.    (Mrs.    R.    Garinger),   Alderson,    Pa. 
Headman,  Aletha,  R.   1).   No.  4.   Dallas.  Pa. 

Hennigan,  Mary  Margaret,  404  S.  Main  Street,  Old  Forge,  Pa. 
Hidlay.  Louise.  437  E.  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Higgins.    Mildred    K..    Dallas,    Pa. 

Hubert.  Fannie  H.  (Mrs.  George  Roberts'),  376  Wyoming  Avenue.  Wyoming.  Pa. 
Hir-oenstiel,    Miriam    (Mrs.    Gassl.    1010   Bloom    Street,   Danville.   Pa. 
Hobbs.    Marearet.    KW    Girard    .Avenue.    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Holcombe.  Alice  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Jerry  McCartley).  R.  D.  No.  3.  Meshoppen.  Pa. 
Hontz.   Carolyn.    143    S.    Centre    Street.    Freeland.    Pa. 
Hughes.   Margaret   J.,  331    Main   Street.    Plains.    Parson.   Pa. 
Hutton.    Emily    Regina,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Isaac,    Margaret    R.,    141    S.    Church    Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Jarzenbowicz,    Josephine    B..   220    Freed    Street.    Sugar    Notch.    Pa. 
Johnson,    Marian    Katharine,    57    Catawissa    .Avenue,    Sunbury.    Pa. 
Johnson.  K.  Mildred.  7(iJ  Main  Street.  Avoca.  Pa. 
Johnston.    Grace    Ellen,    ,'shavertown.    Pa. 
Jones,    W.    James,    .^>;i    Ridge    Avenue,    Kingston,    Pa. 
Jones,   Letha   Mae,    Noxen,    Pa. 

Jones,  William  B.,  113!  W.  Locust  Street,  Scranton.  Pa. 
Kane,    Joseph,   .?4    Madison   Avenue,   Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 
Kanyuck.  John  S.,   16  Slope  Street.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 
Kaufman.  D.  Lucille  fMrs.  Foulrod).  37  N.  A'ine  Street.  Hazleton.  Pa. 
Kehler,   Helen  Jeanette,  426  Main   Street,   Locust   Dale.   Pa. 
Keller,    Elizabeth    (Mrs.    L.    B.   Epier).   R.    D.    No.    1.   Northumberland.    Pa. 
Kelley.    Genevieve    F.,    1173    Wyoming   .-Avenue,    Pittston.    Pa. 
Kelly.  Mildred  E..  Loyalsak  .Ave..  &  Mulberry   Street.  Montoursville.  Pa. 
Killian.  Margaret.  208  Susquehanna  Ave..  Pittston.  Pa. 
Kimble.    Josie    M.,    Clarks    Green.    Pa. 

Kraft.  Margaret  A.,  MS  N.  Broad  St.,  West  Hazleton.  Pa. 
Kuchta,   Mary   A.,   .Alderson.   Pa. 

LambeH.   Margaret  E.,  245  Hale  Street.  New  Brun-wick.  N.    T. 
Laude.  Ruth  B.  (Mrs.  Hughes').  Mountain  Too.  Pa.  R.  D.  No.  1 
Leiby.   Mary   K.    (Mrs.    Russell   A.   Fogley').   Elysburg,   Pa. 
Lenahan  Anna  E.,  S22  Brock   Street,  .Ashland,   Pa. 
Lesser.   Louise  Francis,  936  Schwabe  St..   Freeland,   Pa. 
Lewis.    Benjamin   F.,   35   E.   Noble  St..   Nanticoke.   P-". 
Lingertot,   Martha   M.,   123   Dagohert   Street.   Wilkes  B.irre.    Pa. 
Lorah,   Louneta,   511    Delaware   Ave.,    Pittston,    Pa. 
Lowry,  Edith  A.,  Uniondale.  Pa. 

McHugh.  Katherine  A.  (Mrs.  Najaka),  8  East  Main  Street.  Glen  Lyon.  Pa. 
McLaughlin,  Nellie,  Harwood  Mines,  Pa. 
Madden.  Anna  B.,  453  S.  Main  Street.  Pittston.  Pa. 
Maher.    Loretla.    244    Buttonwood    Street.    Plymouth.    Pa. 
Martin,  Mary  G.,  726  T^fadison  .-X venue.   Termyn.  Pa. 
Mathews.  Margaret,  787  ^Lain  Street,  Sugar  Notch,   Pa. 
Medo.    Rose.    Newport   Street.    Glen    Lvon.    Pa. 

Meixell,  Ruth  E.  (Mt^.  Claude  E.  Miller),  22  W.  Butler  Street.  .Shickshinr.v.  r-^. 
Merrill,  Lois  M.   (Mrs,  N    W.   Wormley).  360  Third  S'reet.  Northnmherlanl.   Pa. 
Miller,  Beatrice  I.  (Mrs.   Werkhriser).  First  Street.  Bloomsbnr'r.  Pa. 
Morgan.   Alice  Maybrey   (Mrs.   A'aple).   Goss   Afanor.    Dallas,   Pa. 
Morgan.   Charlotte  D.,   178   .Summit   Street.   Kingston.   Pa. 
Morgan,    Gilbert,    500    Sampson    Street.    Old    Forge.    P^. 
Morris,    Edith    N.    (Mrs.    J.    I.    Rowlands^.    Box    12.    Meshoppen.    Pa. 
Munroe,  Kathryn  E.  (Mrs,  Paul  Diehl),  8.30  N.  Cherry  .\venue.  Tucson.  .Ariz. 
Mumhy.  Catherine  M.   (Mrs.   John   L.  McHugh).   Little   Meadows,   Pa. 
Naylor,  Thelma  M..  317  Wheeler  .Avenue.  .Scranton.  Pa. 
Newman.  Dorothv   E.,  201    E.   ^Lahoning  Street.   Danville,  Pa. 
Odell,  Helen  M..  F.Mls.  Pr. 

Oh'man.  Elizabeth  G..  51  KMrter  Street.  AViltes-Bf>rr".  Pa. 
O'msted.    Catherine    A..    (601    King    .Street.    Northumberland.    Pa. 

Otten.  Ella  M.  (.Mrs.  Horace  Sick),  75  Putnam  Street,  Tunkliann(3ck    Pa 

Paul,  Verna  Marie  (Mrs.  Donald  J.  Bennett),  808  W.  Pine  Street,  Sha'mok'in    Pa 

Phillips,  Margaret  (.Mrs.  Fred  Walker),  15  Railroad  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa    ' 

Podsiadlik,  Sophie,  oOl   Front  Street,   I'ccly,   Pa. 

Powell,   Gertrude,    Mountain   Top,    Pa. 

Prutzman,   Elgie   Velma,    Ferguson   Avenue,   Shavertown,    Pa 

Pursel,    Helen  A.,   740   E.    .Alarket   Street.    Danville.    Pa. 

Rasmus,  Stephina  H.,  (.Mrs.  Bulka),  Orchard  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa 

Rees,  Florence  E.,  74/"  Pleasant  Avenue.  Peckville,   Pa. 

Rees,  LaVerne   (.Mrs.   Dykins),  iS2  E.   Church  Street,   Nanticoke,   Penna 

Reese,   Margaret   E.    (Mrs.    Wdkinson),   5    .N.    Walnut    Street,    Mt.   Carmel     Pa 

Rembold,    Marion    J.,    Goldsboro    Hospital.    Goldsboro,    N.    C. 

Rhinard.    Irene    (.Mrs.    Lewis   Crevehng),    423    Water    Street,    Hughesville     Pa 

Richards,   Margaret   H.,  .'38  Mulberry   Street,   Berwick     Pa 

Robbins,    Elsa,    .Millvillc,    Pa. 

Robbins,  Evelyn  G.,  72  West  Hudson  Avenue,  Englewood,  N    J 

Roderick,   Eleanor  June,  23   E.    North   Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa 

Roeder,    Christine    B.,    5    Elm    Place,    .Milltown,    N.    V. 

Rowlands,   John    T.,    F.ox    12,    Meshoppen,    Pa. 

Russell,  Jeanette  (.Mrs.   Paul   E.  Stockcr),  92  Orniond  Street,  Hempstead    N    Y 

Ryan,   Mary   C,  3J   S.    First   Street,   Shamokin,    Pa.  u.   -■>.    i. 

Savidge,   Jeanette   K.,    Berwyn,    P.\. 

Schelbert,   Marian   E.,   Newfoundland,   Pa. 

Selecky,  Dolores  Emma,  (Mrs.  Mras),  205  Pierce  Street.   Kingston    Pa 

Sick.  Marjorie  (Mrs.   Harry  Fassett),  73  Putnam  Street.  Tunkhannock    Pa 

Smith.  De.mar  L.,   130   East  Sixth  Street,   Berwick,    Pa. 

Smith,  Hazel  1.  (.Airs.  Stookey),  Fordyce  Street,  R.  I).  No  2,  Box  504    Dover    N  I 

Smith.  Margaret  M.  (Mrs.  Clyde  Dickey).  Starrucca,  Pa  " 

Souder,  Leora  V.,  807  E.  Second  Street,   .\escopcck.   Pa. 

Spare,   Helen   May,  41    S.    Sherman   Street,    Wilkes  Barre     Pa 

Stapinski,   Helen   A.,    132   Main   Street,   Glen   Lyon.    Pa. 

Stevens;,  Laura  B.,   145   E.   Sixth  Street.   Bloomsburg,    Pa 

Stiner,  Cleota   F.   (Mrs.   C.   Eckroth).   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Stoker.  William  E.,  42  Main  Street,   Wanamie.   Pa. 

Straub,    Miriam   M.,    Espy,    Pa. 

Strine.  Catherine  A.  (Mrs.  Charles  Harmon).  208  Parks  .Avenue,  Milton    Pa 

Suit,  Ruth  Shirley  (.Mrs.  C.  E.  Foster),  416  E.  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa 

Sutliff.   Bertha   M..   Trucksvillc.    Pa. 

Sweeney.  Mary  Agnes  (.Airs.   Ruddy),  5313  Magnol  a  Avenue.  Germantown,   Pa 

Thompson   Louise  J.,  458  Main  Street.   Peckville,   Pa. 

Timko,  John  B.,   Eckley.   Pa. 

Tregaskis,  Louise  E.,  9  Cottage  Avenue,   Plains,   Pardons.   Pa. 

Trimble.   Jessica   C,   125   A'aughn   Street,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Trivelpiece.   Jennie,    Nescopeck,    Pa. 

Troy,    Dorothy,    Sugarloaf.    Pa. 

Vail,  Grace  Evangeline  (Mrs.   Russell  Noble),  Jcrmyn.   P'. 

VanScoy,  LoMta  M.   (Mrs.   Gregory),  14  Davton  Street,  Johnston  City.   N    V 

VanZandt.    Millicent   A.,    15    Orange    Street,    Waverly     N     A' 

Ward,  Alice  V.   (Mrs.   Karose),  ,305  Mill  Street.  Danville.  Pa 

Warntz,   Miriam,  .534   E.  Tenth   Street.   Berwick.    Pa. 

Watts,   Olive   Henrietta,   260   Union    Street,    Millershurg,    Pa. 

Whitenight.    Jennie   S.,   82    Knapp    .Avenue.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Wintersteen.  Inez  A.  (Mrs.  Glodfelter).  679  Grant  Street.  Williamsport,  Pa. 

Womelsdorf,   Fae  W.,  245  Center  Street.  AVanamie.   Pa. 

Yoder.    Mary    Alice,    807    W.    Front    Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Zehner,   Marjorie   (Mrs.   A'irgil   .Mbertson).   Conyngham,    Pa. 

Zelinski.  Sophia  M.  (Mrs.  Kozlowski),  10  W.   Enterprise  Street.  Glen  Lyon    Pa 

Zettle.  Margaret  E.,  R.  D.  No.  3.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Zielinski,    Laura    ( Afrs.    Franko).    125.M    Corhett    .Avnue.    Detroit.    Mich. 

Zimmerman.  Jessie  B.  (Mrs.   E.  I.  O'Loughlin).  .'07  E.  Fifth  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1927 

Adams,   Mildred   (Mrs.   Earl   McCloughen).   R.   D.,   Danville.    Pa. 

Alimenti,    Louis   M.,   604    Main    Street,   Old    Forge.    Pa. 

Alleman,  Daisy  (Mrs.  G.   M.  Krouse),  Mc.Allisterville.   Pa. 

Amesbury,  Norine,  57  Sturdevant  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Aumiller,  Gladys,  Laurelton,   Pa. 

Banghart,  Lee  W.,  425  East  Eleventh  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Barry.  Hannah,  346  Walnut  Street,  Luzerne,  Pa. 

Baum,  Harold,  133  S.  Cedar  Street.  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Belefshi,  Clara.  42  Main  Street.  Glen  Lyon.  Pa. 

Bender.   Naomi   K.,   524  Catawissa   Avenue.   Sunbury.   Pa. 

Bennetto,    Dorothy,   84   Carlisle    Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Benson.   Mildred  C,  72  Park  Avenue.   AVilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Bickert,  Loie  Catherine,  419  N.  Third  Street,  Catawissa,   Pa. 

Bittenbender,   James   R.,   Broad   Street.    East    Brady,    Pa. 

Black,  Thelma,  331   E.   Broad  Street.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Blank.  Frances  Elizabeth.  54  Linden  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Blossard.   Minerva  V.,   125  Conyngham  Avenue.  Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Bossert,    Elsie.   536  Carey  Avenue.   Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Bower.  Elsie  G.,  217  Tackson  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Brace.  Mollv  B.  (Mrs.  G.  C.  Duffy).  242  Jackson  Street,  Bristol,  Pa. 

Bradshaw,   Joseoh,  f^Sl    Main    Street.    Sugar   Notch.    Pa. 

Brown,   Edna  M.  (Mrs.  Leroy  Motfitt).  314  Wyckoff  Avenue.  Ramsey.  N.  J. 

Burdon.    Alice    E.,    1014   Madison   Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Carr,  Thelma  A.  (Mrs.  Earl  Lamoreaux),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Dallas,  Pa. 

Caswell,  Margaret,  Wyalusing,  Pa. 

Ceppa,   Helen,   738   S.    Market    Street,   Nanticoke,   Pa. 

Chapin,    Esther,   .Stillwater.    Pa. 

Chapley,    Adelle   A.,    137    East    Coal    Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Chicallo,  Anna  L.,  4  AVilson  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Chumard,   Genevieve   (Mrs.    Cook),    South   Canaan.    Pa. 

Cimmet,  Sylvia.  S  E.  Main  Street.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Clarke,   Anna   Evelyn,  424  Hollenback  Avenue,   Parsons,   Pa. 

Connor,   Dorothy   Rita,   214   Belmont   Street,   Waymart,    Pa. 

Corman,   M.   Alma.    Rebershurg.   Pa. 

Crothamel.   Mildred   'Mrs.  AV.   McCullough).  910  Harrison  .Avenue,   Scranton.   Pa. 

Crouse,  Margaret  Irene,  1126  Orange  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Culver,  Linda  Estella,  Wvalusing,  Pa. 

Curry,  Margaret  H.,   R.  D.  No.   1.  Danville,  Pa. 

Davies,  Ruth  Elizabeth.  (Mrs.  W.  E.  Aston).  450  S.  River  St..  AVilkcs-Barrc.  Pa. 

Dean,  Catherine  M.,  1221  S.  Main  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Deisroth,  Anne  Marruerite.  R.  D.  Sugarloaf,  Pa. 

Delaney.  Elizabeth  (Mrs.   Fogarty).  125  I>oomis  Street.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Denn,  Lillian   May.    119  Orchard  Street.   Plymouth.   Pa. 

Densevich,   Mary.  726  East   Race  Street.   Shamokin.  Pa. 

Dent,  Maud   A.   (Mrs.   Lee  Banghart),  425  E.   Eleventh  Street.   Berwick.   Pa. 

Deppen,  Sttena  R..   D-ilmatia.  Pa. 

Dierolf.    Esther,    1117    Kidder    Street.    Wilkes. Barre.    Pa. 

Dietterich,  Wilma  Mae  (Mrs.   Bowman).  829  E.  Second  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Dietz.  Mary  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  E.  L.  Miller).  212  Ferry  Street.  Danville.  Pa. 

DiMarco.  Concepta.  155  Parsonage  Street.  Pittston.  Pa. 

Dixon.  Jennie,  T.ost   Creek.  Pa. 

Dodge,  Orice,  Wyalusing,  Pa. 

Dodson,  Dorothy  (Mrs.  Rowlandl,  271  Courtdale  Avenue,  Luzerne.  Pa. 

Dunleavy.  Helen.  113  East  .Avenue.  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Edwards.    Millicent,    !30   E.    Broad    Street.    Nanticoke.    Pa. 

Eisenhower.   Dolores  J..   1253   AV.   Poplar   Street.   Kulomont.   Pa. 

Ellery.  Rosina  C,  .338  E.   Main   Street.  Nanticoke.   Pa. 

Englehart,  Beatrice  M.,  740  Market   Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 


Etzweiler.  Lulu  A.  (Mrs.  Zimmerman),  45  N.  Fifth  Street,  Halifax,  Pa. 
Everett,  Hattie  Irene,  134  E.  Mahanoy  Street,  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 
Eves,  Jessie  M.,   205    E.   Second   Street,    Berwick,   Pa. 
Fasan,  Ruth,  183  S.  College  Avenue,   Kmgston,   Pa. 
Farley,  Allhea  (Mrs.  G.  F.  Betz),  R.  D.  Xo.  1,  Box  139,  Pottsville.  Pa. 
Feeney,    Irene    Elizabeth,    319    S.    Irving    Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 
Fenwick,   Susan,   39    Dean    Street,    Scranton,    Pa. 
Ferry,  Catherine  D.,  425  S.  Tamaqua   Street,   McAdoo,  Pa. 
Fetterman,   Hannah  Magdalena,   R.    D.    Xo.   2,   Catawissa,   Pa. 
Finnerty,  Margaret  Rose,  2311    Washburn   Street,  Scranton,   Pa. 
Fleming,    Laura    A.,    Reedsville.    Pa. 
Fowler,  Ethel  Alice,  226  E.   15th  Street,   Berwick,  Pa. 
Fowler,    Herman   E.,   Espy,    Pa. 
Fowler,  Mark.  Box  107,  Espy.   Pa. 
Fruit,   Mary    (Mrs.    Robbins),    Millville,    Pa. 
Gallagher,    Mary    K.,    Maple    Street,    Tresckow,    Penna. 

Gamber.  Florence  M.  (Mrs.  J.  Earl  Haa?),  \Vat-A-\u,  Route  Xo.  1,  Duncannon 
Gemmell,  Kathryn  D„  925  Wheeler  Avenue,   Scranton,   Pa. 

George,  Alta  Dorothy  (Mrs.   H.   P.   Harrington),  317  State  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 
George.  Anna  S.,  20  Alexander  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Gicking,    Bessie   Estella,   579   X.    Locust    Street,    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Girton,  Mary  Edna,  R.  D.  Xo.  5,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Goldsmith,    Emily,    Star    Route,    Dallas,    Pa. 

Grabowski.   Martha   I.,   190  W.   Church  Street.   Xanticoke,   Pa. 
Graff.  Bertha  Cecelia,  706  E.  Spruce  Street.  Kulpmont,  Pa. 
Grimes,   Gertrude,    Hotel   Berwick,    Berwick.    Pa. 
Harris.   Philip,    K.   D.    Xo.  3,    Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Hart,   Florence  S.,   324  Montgomery   Street.   Nescopeck,   Pa. 
Hartman,  Margaret  L.,  117  E.   Second  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Hartman,  Mary,  Stillwater,   Pa. 
Hastie,   Jassie,   1305   X.    Main   Street.   Avoca,   Pa. 
Helwig,    Bethia,    R.    D.    Xo.    1,    Catawissa,    Pa. 
Henry.  Eleanor  Anita,  210  W.  White  Street,  Summit  Hill,  Pa. 
Hergert,  Helen  C.  201   Madison  Street,   WilkesBarre,  Pa. 
Hess,   Cleo  Lydia,   Xescopeck.    R.    D..    Pa. 

Hess,  Geraldine  Ellen  (Mrs.  Clarence  A.  Ruch).  1011  Market  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Hilton,    Mabel    Mae,    118    N.    Jardin    Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 
Hoff,    Hazel    Edith,    Elysburg.   Pa. 
Honicker,  Lillian.   Box  82,  Locust   Gap,   Pa. 
Horsefield,  Alverda,  307  Carver  Street,  Plymouth.  Pa. 

Jermyn.  Angela   (Mrs.   Harry   Schmidt),  231   E.   Church   Street,   Xanticoke,   Pa. 
Jermyn,   Emma  J.,  Junedale.    Pa. 

Jermyn,   Vivian   M.    (Mrs.   Adam    T-   Frev),    Beaver  Meadows,   Pa. 
Jones.  Ahce  Irene  (Mrs.  Harold  Aflsbaugh),  110  W.  Poplar  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 
Jones.   Elizabeth   S.,   234    Main    Street.    Weatherly.    Pa. 
Jones.    Helen    M..    229    Gardner    Street,    Plymouth.    Pa. 
Jones.    Mary    Elliott,   7507    MacArthur    Blvd.    Cabin    John,    Md. 
Kanouse.  Sara  Ann,   Benton.    Pa. 

Kepler.  Mary   (Mrs.  Harold   Bowman),  Orangeville.   Pa. 
Killin,  Anne  H..  64  Allen  Street.   Xanticoke,  Pa. 
Krause.  Josephine  L,  47  Prospect  Street,   Nanticoke,  Pa. 
Kreigh.  Mercea   Sara   (Mrs.   Glen    Berneer),   McAHsterville.   Pa. 
Krzywicki,   Mary   E.,   117   Wilson  Street.   Kingston,   Pa. 
Kutz.   Mary   Constance,   50   W.    Main    Street,    Glen   Lyon,    Pa. 
Lanning,   Evangeline   (Mrs.   Deibert),   R.   D.    Xo.   2,   Danville,   Pa. 
Lewis.    Elsie   M.,    East   Third    Street,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Lipsky.   Emma  B.,  440  Market    Street.   Glen   Lyon,    Pa. 
Lloyd,  Eva  L.,  Jackson   Street,  X>w   Milford.  Pa. 

Long,  Eria  GeraJdine  (Mrs.   F.  J.  Creasy),  Riverview,   Berwick,  Pa. 
Long.  Pearl   E.,  211   W.   Ninth   Street.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Lowry,  Mildred  R.  (Mrs.  Marcy),  Dalton.  Pa. 
Luce,  Margarette  Sarah  ,Meshoppen.  Pa. 
Lutz,  Elsie.  R.   D.   Xo.  1.  Berwick.  Pa. 

McHenry,  Mabel  A.   (Mrs.   Robert    Brennington).  Benton,   Pa. 
McVey.   Winifred.    107    E.    Center   Street.    Danville.    Pa. 
Makowski.   Amelia,   22  Coal   Street.   Glen   Lyon,    Pa. 
Marr,  Elizabeth  Jane.  431   W.   Front   Street.  Berwick.   Pa. 
Mathews.   George   A.,  405    Franklin   Avenue.    \*andergift.    Pa. 
Medley,  Vcma  O.  (Mrs.  Ralph  Davenport).  14  Ransom  Street.  Plymouth.  Pa. 
Meeker.   Josephine   M.,   R.    D.    Xo.   2.   Shickshinny.    Pa. 
Meiss,  Alice  M..  537  Broad  Street,  Nescopeck.  Pa. 
Miller.  Selma   E.,   519  Colfax   Avenue,   Scranton.   Pa. 
Mirola,   Elizabeth  J.   (Mrs.    J.  H.   Iloff).   Honesdale,   Pa. 
Montgomery.    Irene    (Mrs.    D.    C.    Fairman).   Orangeville,    Pa. 
Moran,  Grace  T.,  Broad  &  Lincoln  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 
Morgan.  Mary  E.,  815  Landis  Street,  Scranton.  Pa. 
Morgan.   Mary  J.,   109  S.    Main   Street,   Plains,   Pa. 
Mourey,   Ada  Clara   (Mrs.   Housenick),   MiffHnvitle,   Pa. 
Mulligan,    Helen.   7    X'orth    Main    Street.    Plains,    Pa. 

Myers,   Delma   E.   (Mrs.   Arthur  Husband),  2065  Willow   Street,  Wesleyville,    Pa. 
Namotka.    Veronica.    105   Towpath    Street,    Pittston,    Pa. 
Naugle,   Anna  M.,  Hunlock  Creek,   Pa. 
Oates,   Ellen  V.,  531   Monument   Avenue.  Wyoming.   Pa. 
O'Donnell.   Isabel  M.   (Mrs.   Sweeney).  Hazle  Village,  Hazleton.  Pa. 
O'Donnell,  Mary  R.,  Drifton.   Pa. 

O'Neill.  Teresa  L,  831   W.   Chestnut  Street,   Shamokin.   Pa. 
Hortman.    Edithe    B.,    300    E.    Eleventh    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 
Howells.  Helen  J.  fMrs.  G.  H.  Watrner).  625  E.  Market  Street.  Scranton,  Pa. 
Hummel.   Mildred   M.,    Kreamer,    Pa. 
Jaffin.   Anna.   Berwick,   Pa. 

Jameison,   Everett  N.,   146  S.   Hyde  Park   Avenue,   Scranton,   Pa. 
Janulewicz,   Viola,   752   Main   Street,   Sugar   Xotch,    Pa. 

Oswald.  Ruth  A.    (Mrs.  Karl  Olson).  927  W.  Centre  Street.  Mahanoy  City,  Pa. 
Palsgrove.  Doris  G..  52  S.   Balliet.   Frackville.   Pa. 
Pawloski,  Pauline  B.,  201   Main   Street,   Duryea,  Pa. 
Peifer,    Alyce    M..    520   Mill    Street.    Danville.    Pa. 
Petekofsky,  Julia,  2066  N.   Main  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Phillips.  Edith.  Burcher  Street.  Chinchilla.  Pa. 
Pitt,   Vivian  C.     ("Mrs.    Hull).   Lattimer  Mines.   Pa. 
Piwowarska.   Sr.  M.   Valentine,   529   Hanover   Street,   Nanticoke,    Pa. 
Prosser.   Bertine.  900  Main   Street,    Peckville,   Pa. 

Prosser.  Thelma     (Mrs.  Kenneth   Cooper).  900  Main   Street,  Peckville.   Pa. 
Ouinn,   Edith   C,    (Mrs.   Jakobsen),   262   Mountain   Avenue,    Springfield.   N.J. 
Ranck.  Pauline  S.,  17  W.  Third  Street.  Bloomsbure.  Pa. 

Raup,  Dorothy  C.  (Mrs.  George  Tarrell),  114  Harding  Avenue,  Hatboro,  Pa- 
Reese,  Lvsod  ("Mrs.  Thomas  Williams),  755  N.  Main  Avenue,  Scranton.   Pa. 
Reilly,   Elizabeth   A.,   25   E.    Broadway   Street.    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Renn,  Beatrice  M.   ("Mrs.  Furman  Koppenhaver),  720  Green  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 
Rice,  Mare^aret  Jane,  Trucksville.  Pa. 
Roan.  William  BemEtrd,   Cresco,   Pa. 

Robbins.   Eldora  Blanche   (Mrs.   E.   D.  Young).   R.   D.   No.   2,   Berwick.   Pa. 
Roberts,   Mary  J..   49  Moffett    Street.   Plains.   Pa. 
Robinson.   Florence  H,,  Vandling,   Pa. 
Rockwell,   Ruth,   Wvalusing,   Pa. 

Rood,  Lucy  W.  (Mrs.  L.  Stitt).  S.  T.  College.  Indiana.  Pa. 
Ross.  Lottie  I.   (Mrs.   George  Frev),   2146  Swatara   Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Rowland,  Dorothv  Marie,  9  Main  Street,  Connerton,  Pa. 
Rowland,  Mary  E.,  7  Main  Street.  Connerton.  Pa. 
Rowland,   Fthel  Rose.  Connerton.  Pa. 
Ruggles,   Hilda  Pearl,  R.  D..  Hunlock  Creek.  Pa. 

Ruth,  Manta  A,  (Mrs.  Robert   Steele),  223   Pirmeer  Avenue,   Trucksville,   Pa. 

Ryah,  Mary  C,  212  E.  Tamarack  Street,  Hazleton^  Pa. 

Schaefer,  Helen  M.  (Mrs.  Jacobs),   Main  Street,  ililnesville.  Pa. 

Schultz.   Blanche,   R.    D.,   Millville.    Pa. 

Schultz,    Florence    (Mrs.    Mark    Fowler),    Espy.    Pa. 

Seitz,  Sara  (Mrs.   Harry  Lindauer),  753   E.   Market  Street,   Danville,  Pa. 

Shafer,  Marguerite,  122  Main  Road,  Hanover  Green,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Shaffer,  Margaret  Hippensteel,  259  W.  Main  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Sheridan,  Margaret  Helen,  35  E.  Poplar  Street.  Xanticoke,  Pa. 

Showers,   Martha  S.,  31    First  Street,   Milton,   Pa. 

Shunk,  Mary   L.,  923   Birch  Street,  Scranton,   Pa. 

Stitler.   Edith  R.,  2ii2  Martzville,   Avenue,   Berwick.   Pa. 

Skvarla.  Catherine  M.,  29  Brown  Street.   Plymouth,   Pa. 

Smith.   A.  Katharine,  Church   Street,   Reedsville,   Pa.        ' 

Smith,   Rulh   M.    (Mrs.    Shapiro).   263   S.    River   Street,    Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Smith,  Victoria  (Mrs.  E.  M.  Bundens,  Jr.),  3SS  Lightstreet.  Rd.,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Somers,    Kathleen    M.    (Mrs.    Bonner),    1004   Gotham    Street.    Watertown,    X.    V. 

Sterner.  Lenore  Phyllis,  112  East   Fourth  Street,   Watsontown,  Pa. 

Stevens,  Reba  Irene,  Stillwater.  Pa. 

Stoyack.  Ethel  M.,   ]n9  Bellman.   Dickson  City,  Pa. 

Strauser,  Creveling,  603  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Sweetman,    Edith    E..    519    W.    Taylor    Street,    Taylor.    Pa. 

Sweppenheiser,    Nellie,   254   Mary    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Tasker,   Martha   E.    (Mrs.   Theron   Cook),   221    X.   \'ine  Street,    Shamokin.    Pa. 

Tedesco,  Josephine  D.,  218  Grace  Street,  Old  Forge,   Pa. 

Thomas,  Myra  L.,  394  Jefferson  Drive.  Mt.  Lebanon.  Pa. 

Thornton,  Septa  May,  229  Morton   Street,   Old   Forge,   Pa. 

Trembley,  H.  Myrtle,  R.   D.   No.  5,  Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Treon,    Margaret.    Turbotville,    Pa. 

Troy.   Roy   F..   R.   D.   Xo.  5.   Espy,   Pa. 

Tucker.  Nora  M.,  166  Church  Street,  Kingston,   Pa. 

Valentine,    Bemeta   M.    (Mrs.    Clark    Zehner),    Lake    Carey    Road.    R.    D.    Xo.    2. 

Tunkhannock,   Pa. 
VanBuskirk,   E.  Kenneth,  411   W.    Shawnee   Avenue.   Plymouth,   Pa. 
VanHom.    Lena    E.,    City    Hospital,    Baltimore,    Md. 
Vastine,    Pauline    (Mrs.    James    Sudgen),    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Walakonis,    Michael    Paul,    Ringtown,    Pa. 
Walsh,    William    E..    514    Oak    Street,    Old    Forge.    Pa. 
Warning,    Helen    Elizabeth,    652    X'orth    Laurel    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Weldon,   Mary   M.,   Locust   Gap,   Pa. 

Welker,  Esther  M.  (Mrs.  I.  R.  Copp),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Hummelstown,  Pa. 
Welliver.  Elsie  A.,  R.  D.   Xo.  2.  Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Wendel,  Anna  B.  (Mrs.  George  Leighow),  Bloom  Road.  Danville,  Pa. 
Werkheiser.    Kathryn    Charlotte,    410    E.    Fourth    Street,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Williams,   Florence  A.    (Mrs.   Howard  Thomas),  616   X.    Bromley  Ave.,   Scranton 
Williams.    Jennie,    45    Hillside    Avenue,    Ed  wards  ville,    Pa. 

Williams,  Oce  Beryl   (Mrs.  W.  A.  Austin),  R.   D.  No.  1.  Harvey's  Lake.  Pa. 
Wolfe.  Minnie  L.  (Mrs.  David  Walters),  711  W.  Princess  Street,  York,  Pa. 
Yablonski,   Louis,   S3   W,    Main   Street.   Glen   Lyon.    Pa. 
Yarasheski,    Edward   R.,   75   Orchard    Street,    Glen    Lyon,    Pa. 
Yeager,  Hazel.  R.  D.,  Catawissa.  Pa. 
Zimolzak,  Stasia,  9  Alain  Street.   Glen   Lyon.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1928 

Abbett.  Kathryn,  614   Packer  Street.   Williamsport.   Pa. 

Adams.   Harriet  Elizabeth,  409   West   Main   Street,    Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Adzema.    Helen   Margaret    (Mrs.    Mehok),   54   S.    Maple   Street,    Mt.   Carmel.    Pa. 

Albert,   Anna    (Mrs.    (?.olobl.   209   Jefferson  Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Ammerman,  Gladys  Viola,  Gravitv.   Pa. 

Appleman,   Faye   M.    (Mrs.    R.    E.    Dendler).    1132   Market   Street,   Berwick.   Pa. 

Aten.  Caroline  Bessie,  R.   D.   No.  3.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Avery,  Ruth  Bertha  (Mrs.  Robert  Kellerman),  2434  X.  Washington  Ave, 
Scranton,    Pa. 

Baer,  Leroy  A.,  McGraw,  N.  Y. 

Bahler,   Frieda  Anna,   215  E.   Grove   Street.  Taylor.   Pa. 

Bahr,    Adelaide   M.    E.,    540   Colfax    Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Beaver,  Ruth  Mary.  551   Shuman  Street,  Catawissa   Pa. 

Benninger.  Anna  Louise  (Mrs.  Edward  T.  Bush),  Louden  Hill  Farm,  S.  Mon- 
trose,  Pa. 

Berdine,    Dorothy    May,    101    Crestmont    Road,    Binghamton.    N.    Y. 

Berghauser.  Mae  Jenkins,  562  Keystone  Avenue,  Peckville.  Pa. 

Besecker.   Margaret  L.   (Mrs.   Weis).  66  W.    Dorrance   Street,  Kingston,   Pa. 

Bilbow,  Margaret   Agnes,  46  Parnell   Street,   Pittston,   Pa. 

Blackwell.  Mary  A.  (Mrs.  A.  L.  Litweiler).  1748  Wyoming  Avenue,  Scranton.  Pa. 

Bohn,   Mildred   Ann    (Mrs.    Herbert    Kneller),   432   Alder   Street,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Bolen.  Miltona  L.  TMrs.  Klinetob),  R.  D.  Xo.  1.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Bower,    Mabel    Arline    (Mrs.    Leroy    Baer).    McGraw,    X^.    Y. 

Bowman,  Hester  L.,  Mitflinville.  Pa. 

Brandon,   Thelma   M.    (Mrs.    Lee).    Salem    Pike   .Clarksboro,   N.    J. 

Briesch.    Mildred    Irene,   450    E.    Main    Street,    Catawissa,    Pa. 

Brochey,   Pearl    E..    224   North    Street,   Catawissa,    Pa. 

Burke,  Frances  M.  (Mrs.  Kenneth  English).   171   William  Street,   Pittston,   Pa. 

Cahalan,    Mary    Roan.    345    Cliester    Street,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Callender.   Phyllis  Mae   (Mrs.   Arthur   Michael).   Main   Street.   Shickshinny,   Pa. 

Campbell,  Florence  L.  (Mrs.  Walter  Vorbleski).  31  E.  Front  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Cantwell.    Helen    Claire,    191    Xesbit    Street.    E.    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Capparell.   Martha.   673   X.   Laurel   Street.   Hazleton,   Pa. 

Cataldo.  Rose  Marie,  L.,   191   S.    Pine  Street,   Hazleton,  Pa. 

Ciampi,  Carolyn,  Mocanaqua,  Pa. 

Coxe,  Margaret  Alice,  1256  Saint  Ann  Street.  Scranton.  Pa. 

Creasy.   Lawrence  H.,   R.   D.   No.   1.   Catawissa.   Pa. 

Curry.   Anna  C,   6fr0  S.  Tamaqua   Street.   McAdoo.   Pa. 

Daley.    Nelle    L.    (Mrs.    Shocklass).    35    Gillespie    Street.    Swoversville,    Pa. 

Davies,   Elizabeth   (Mrs.   R.   P.   Miller).  W.   Mam  Street.   Shickshinny.  Pa. 

Davies.   Irene   Elizabeth,   103   X.   Welles   Avenue.   Kingston.   Pa. 

Davis,    Edith  Pauline,  19  Parsonage  Street,  Pittston,  Pa. 

Davis.  Mildred  Mae,   Espy,  Pa. 

Davis,  Rhea  June.  222^2  S.  Main  Street.  Taylor,  Pa. 

Dermody.    Marguerite   M.,   1711    Roselynn   Avenue.    Scranton.   Pa. 

DeWitt,   Marion   Arline.   Harri^^on   Avenue.   Tunkhannock,   Pa. 

Diehl,  Geraldine  (Mrs.  George  P.  Cross).  30  S.  Railroad  Street.  Hummelstown.  Pa. 

Eastman,  Helen  F.  (Mrs.  Alvin  Wise),  Apt.  205,  1101  Fairmont  St..  N.  W., 
Wash..   D.   C. 

Edwards.    Grace   Ellen,   602   East   Third   Street.    Bloomsburg,   Pa.- 

Epler.   Hazel   Jane   (Mrs.   Furman),   Northumberland,   Pa. 

Evancho,    George,    6    South    Street,    Eckley.    Pa. 

Evans,  Alice  L.,  144  School  Street.  Scranton.  Pa. 

Evans,    Dorothv    E.    (Mr^.    Wrick).   48   Sparta    .Avenue.    Newton.    N.   J. 

Faatz.  Loretta  M.,  718  Main  Street.  Forest  City,  Pa. 

Fairchild.   Beulah   (Mrs.   Weldon   Mann),   New   Brunswick,   X.  J. 

Fest,   Florence   (Mrs.   R.   K.  Johnstone),  497  W.   Main  Street,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Fortner.  Jack.  232  Leonard  Street,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Frantz.    Grace    Alice.    Picture    Rock^^.    Pa. 

Freas,   Esther  E.   (Mrs.   J.   Fairchild).    1209  Market    Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Garrity,    Francis,    Junior   High    School.    Englewood,    N.    J. 

Gething.   Margaret  N.    (Mrs.   Albert   Stinner),  605  Spruce.   Lykens,   Pa. 

Giger,  Arzella   (Mrs.   Harold   Rogers),  438  West  Third  Street.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Gilmore,   Dorothy   L.    (Mrs.   Roy    Gunton),    Noxen,    Pa. 

Goss.  Dorothy  L  (Mrs.  George  Glahn).  346  Madison  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Gresh.    Dorothy   H.,   2545  31st   Street.   S.   W*.    Akron,   Ohio 


Gresko,   Mary  Anna,  605   Fern   Street.   Freeland,   Pa. 
Guest,    Ruth    Esther,    533    Keystone    Avenue,    Peckville,    Pa. 
Hague.  Martha  A.   (Mrs.   \V.   Wech),   Plains,   Pa. 
Handlong,   Margaret  Anna,  66  Wesley  Street,  Forty  Fort.   Pa. 
Hanlon,   Esther   Mary,   535   Arlington   Street,   Tamaqua,    Pa. 
Hastie.    Jeanette    Brown,    1211    Main    Street.    Avoca.    Pa. 
Hegarty,   Kathryn    Mary,   54   Bow    Street,  Tamaqua,   Pa. 
Heinzelman,    Mary    Kathryti,    249   Chestnut    Street.    Sunbury,    Pa. 
Herr,   Mildred   M..   2!'2   North  Third   Street,   Columbia,   Pa. 
Hess,  Anna  Mary   (Mrs.  Lonberger),  Boalsburg.  Pa. 
Hess.    Mildred   Irene    (Mrs.    Floyd   Cyphers'!,    Bartonville,    Pa. 
Hill,  Margaret   E.,   2iT94  X.  Main  Avenue.  Scranion  8.   Pa. 

Hoffman,   Karleen   Margaret,    First    National    Bank    Building,   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Holmeister.    Marjorie,    230    Madison    Street,    Wilkes- Barre.    Pa. 
Hook.    Dorothy   A.,   217    E.    Eighth   Street,    Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Janell,   George   M.,    114    Harding   Avenue,   Hatboro.    Pa. 
Jannicelli.  Genevieve  M.,  704  Main  Street,  Forest  City,  Pa. 
Jenkes,    Helen    L.,    20    Cemetery    Street.    Pittston,    Pa. 
Johnson.    Catherine    Bemadette,    618    McKenna    Court.    Scranton,    V:\. 
Jones.  Dorothy  Vernon  (Mrs.  Robert  Williams),  245  N.  Mill  Street,  St.  Clair.   Pa. 
Keller,    Margaret    Drena,   444    Walnut    Street,    Luzerne.    Pa. 
Kenworthy.  Ruey  iMrs.   Nygren),  R.  D.  No.  1.  Box  385.  Wilkes-Barrc.  Pa. 
Kershaw,   Mary   Alma,  f'>19   N.    Laurel   Street,   Hazleton.   Pa. 
Kester,   Viola  M.,  624   Main  Street.   Freeland.   Pa. 
Kile.  Melva  K.   (Mrs.  Joseph   Laubach).   R.   D.   No.  2.  Benton.   Pa. 
Killian.    Gertrude    Beatrice^   R.    D.    No.    1,    Shickshinny.    Pa. 
Klapps,   Rachel,  7"5   Main   Street,   Sugar  Notch.    Pa. 
Kramer,    Helen  Anna,   706   Foote  Avenue.   Duryea.    Pa. 

Krzyzanski,   Celia    (Mrs.    Penkowski).   303   E.    Ridge    Street,    Nanticoke.    Pa. 
Kulick,   Edna  Anna,    Tames  Street.   Kelayres,   Pa. 

LaBar,  Marguerite  Anna,   (Mrs.   Wilfred  Rhodes),  210  Fedgwood  Road,  Spring- 
field.  Pa. 
Laird,    Martha   Anna,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Muncy,    Pa. 
Laird,   Mary  A..   -"^41   Rubicon  Avenue,   Philadelphia  44.   Pa. 
Langford.   Phyllis,  4(XI   Montgomery   Avenue.   West   Pittston,   Pa. 
Law,  Alice  Annette,  61   Division   Street,   Kingston.   Pa. 
Lawson,  Sarah  R,  (Mrs.  Tames  Dockerav),  203  W.  Columbus  Ave.,  Shenn.n  loah. 

Pa.  ' 

Lewis,  Anna  Evelyn  (Mrs.  B.  B.  Baer),  20S  Lehigh  Street,  Tamaqua.  Pa. 
Lewis,  Margaret  Louise,  110514  W.  Locust  Street.  Scranton.  Pa. 
Lipsky,  Marcella  Tillie,  56  N.  Market  Street.  Glen  Lyon.  Pa. 

Long,  Rachael  Lucelle  (Mrs.  James  Sauers),  608  Walnut  Street,  Miflfrnburg.  Pa. 
Lynch,    Anna    Gertrude,    205    Nesbitt    Street,    Plvniouth,    Pa. 

McCollum.  Dorothy  E.  iMrs.  R.  Tressler),  123  Jackson  Street,  Port  Carbon.  Pa. 
Masucci,  Alberta  Clelia,   111   North  Main  Avenue.  Scranton,   Pa. 
Mazukewicz.    Josephine    Maria,    125    Oak    Street,    Sugar    Notch.    Pa. 
Mears,  Charlotte  E.  (Mrs.  N.  F.  Davis),  26  N.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Miller,   Benjamin   Y.,   K.    D.    No.    1.   Catawissa,   Pa. 
Miller.    Claude    E..    Pond    Hill.    Penna. 

Miller.   Faye   E.    i  Mrs.   F.   D.    Kessler),  King  and   Park    Place,   Northumberland 
Miller.   Thelma  Fay,   101   W.  Third  Street,   Nescopeck.    Pa. 
Minnich,    Catherine   M.,   322   E.    Broad    Street,    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Morris.   Anna   Ellen,   16   Elm   Street.    W.    Pittston.    Pa. 
Moyer,   Olive  Margaret,  224   East   Third   Street,  Williamsport.   Pa. 
Mulford,  Mary  Alice  (^Irs.  Charles  A.  Watkins).  E.  Center  St.,  Shavertown.  Pa. 
Murphy.   Mildred    M.,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Box    119,    Pottsville.    Pa. 
Muskaloon,  Anna  Doris  (Mrs.  Mark  R.  Turner),  368  E.  Eighth  Street,  Blooms- 

hurtr.    T'a. 
Neyhard,  Grace  Leona,   141   E.  Sixth  Street.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Morris,   Claire   (Mrs.   Nuss).  320  E.   Second   Street.   Berwick.    Pa. 
O'Conner,   Julia   Byrne,   114  Moosic   Street,   Jessup,    Pa. 
Odell.   Lois  :\rartha.   Falls,   Pa. 

O'Donnell.    Irene   W..   602   James    Street.   Hazleton.    Pa. 

Orr,   Mariorie   A.    'Mrs.    T.   C.   Tearpock),  540  W.    Front    Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 
Oswald.   Margaret   L.   (Mrs.   Walter  Gordon),  408  Sixth   St.,   N.   Cumberland,   Pa. 
Peifer,    Hannah   Jeanne.    Brandon ville.    Pa. 

Pennington.  Warren  Edward,  71   N.  Green  Street,  East  Stroudsburg,  Pa. 
Phillips,  Grace  Mary.  420  N.  Fourth  Street,  Catawssa.  Pa. 
Pierce.   Kathryn   Eliza   t  Mrs.    Robert    Workman),    Freeburg.    Pa. 
Potochney.    Suzanna   Geraldine.    427    Cedar    Street,    Freeland.    Pa. 
Price,  Ethel  R.  (Mrs.  Ed^ar  E.  Richards),  146  W^  Rudley  Ave.,  Norwood,  Pa. 
Price.   Myrtle   Sara,   213   W.   Grove   Street.   Taylor.    Pa. 
Pullen.  Alma  Linda,  1335  Spring  Garden  Avenue.  Berwick.  Pa. 
Ramage.  Zelma  H.,   181   Rock  .Street.   Pittston,   Pa. 
Rehm,   Mildred  J.,  24  Grandview   Place,   N.   Caldwell.   N.    T. 
Reimensnvder.  Anna  Helena,  409  S.   Front   Street.  Milton.  Pa. 
Robbins.  Winifred  CSIts.  Gordon  Keener),  R.  D.  No.  3.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Roberts,    Ethel   Jane   (Mrs.   Stafford).   30S  Keystone  Avenue.    Peckville.   Pa. 
Robinson.   Hilda  Mae,  49  Poplar  Avenue,   Milton,   Pa. 
Rodda.    Anita.   69   Apple    Street.   Glen   Lvon.    Pa. 
Rohland.  Walter  J..  607  Main  Street.  Old   Force.  Pa. 
Rosenblulh.   Mildred   Natalie.  304  Oak  Street.   Old   Forge.   Pa 
Rupert.   Florence   H.   (^^^?.   Mia   Cole).   West   Fifth    Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Sands,    Mary   Eteanore,    Benton,   Pa. 

Sanford,   Beatrice    Helen,   R.    D.    No.    1.    Starrucca.    Pa. 
Saylor,   Elizabeth  Cigler,  68  Hartford  Street.  Ashley.   Pa. 
Saylor,  Grace  Evelyn.  507  Elm  Street.  Watsontown,  Pa. 
Shain,   Leone   M.,    12   W.    Broad    Street.   Tamaqua,    Pa. 
Shields,    Alice    Margaret,   242   Rutter   Avenue.    Kingston.    Pa. 
Spotts,  Caroline  E.  iMrs.  R.  H.  Creswell).  R.  D..  Lewisburg.  Pa. 
Stackhouse.  Helen  P.  (Mrs.  Emery  W.  Miller),  341  College  Hill,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Slangert,   Helen.   ISl   Warren   .Avenue.   Kenmor,   N.   Y. 

Starick.  Ada  Dale  (Mrs.   Edward  Baylor),  23  S.  Eleventh  Street.  Sunburv,  Pa. 
Stokes.   Blake.   R.   D.   No.   1.   Paxinos.   Pa. 
Strackbein.  Louise  Anna,  R.   D.   No.  4.  Ariel,   Pa. 
Strausser,  Sterling,   East   Stroudsburg.   Pa. 
Sullivan.    Sarah    Lucille,    224    TTud«on    Street.    Jermvn.    Pa. 
Sumner.   Margaret   Mary,    R.   D.    No.   2.   Nicholson,   Pa. 
Sutton.  Ella  Irene  (Mrs.   Rivenburgh),  Carbondale,  R.  D.  No.  1.  Pa. 
Taylor.  Glen  A..  R    D.,  Dushore,  Pa. 

Taylor.  Lydia  M.  TMrs.  Melvin  S.  Martin).  421  Oak  Street.  Susquehanna,  Pa. 
Townsend,  Mattie  Harriet,  Lightstreet.  Pa. 

Toye.    Kathrvn    Presentation,    161    Rock    Street.    Pittston,    Pa. 
Turri.  Anna  Magdalene.  330  Adams  Street.  Freeland.  Pa. 
Vanderslice.  Marjorie,  R.   D.  No.  2.  Bloomsbure.   Pa. 

Volkman,    Florence   Irene    I'Mrs.   Edwin   Hess).   R.   D.   No.   5.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Wagner,    Teloiv    Russell,    rMrs.    Wetzel).    R.    D.    No.    1.    Weatherlv,    Pa. 
Rhodes.   Ruth   E.    '  Mr^.    Walleis.T.   R.    D..    Box  9.   Ashland.    Pa. 
Wallize,    Marjorie    Ellen    (Mrs.    Francis    PrettyleaO,    203   Logan    Street,    Lewis- 
town,  Pa. 
Walsh,  Alice  Doloretta,  248  E.   Second   Street.  Mt.  Carmel.   Pa. 
Walsh,    Mary   Claire,   66   Der^ot    Street.   Forest   Citv.    Pa. 

Ward.   Elizabeth  Claire,   (Mrs.   Donald   P.   Obi).  Ninth   Street,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Watts.  Dorothy  E.,   (Mrs.   pari   Leiby).   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Wavtei,    Natalie    Valerie,    231    Vaughn    Street.    Luzerne,    Pa. 

Weber,  Ruth  A.  (Mr«.  Linn  B.  Sherwood).  72  Franklin  .\ve..  Tunkhannock.  Pa. 
Wenner,   Gertrude    Olr^,    Delmar   Sands).    Oranceville.    Pa. 
Wenner.    Miriam   A(^es.    202   E.    Oak   Street.   We^t   Hazleton.    Pa. 
Williamson.   Marv  Nancy,  115   Parke  Street.  W.    Pittston,  Pa. 
Yarmes,  Adeline  Catherine,  626  Fern  Street.  Freeland.  Pa. 

Yavorsky,  Martha  Anna,  446  East  Columbia  Ave.,  P.O.  Atlas,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 
Youtz,  Mary  (Mrs.   Elliot  Steinert),  52  North  Queen  Street,  Lancaster.  Pa. 
Yuran.  Anne  Marie  (Mrs,   Tames  >L  Catron),  348  Main  Street,  Luzerne,  Pa. 
Zimmerman.    Mary   Ruth    (Mrs.    Floyd   Garrison),    Fifth    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 
Zorskas,  Nancy,  2ii41    N.   Main  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Zurlinden,  Kathryn  Anna,  174  Rock  Street,   Pittston,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1929 

Amos,  Eleanor  G.  (.Mrs.  Albert  Steiner).  4.Sfi  West  Third  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Anders,  Lillian  W.,   K.   D.  No.  2,  Green  Garden  Road,   Aliquippa,   Pa. 

Andre,    Alburta    M.    (Mrs.    Earle    Wooten).   49   Grow    Avenue,    Alontrose,    Pa. 

Anstett,   Margaret  H.   (Mrs.   Edward  Heltzel),  52  Sharpc  Street,   Kingston,   Pa. 

Archibald,  Elizabeth  M.,  J(X)3  N.  Main  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Ashworth,    Marion   Eleanor,    Wapwallopen,    Pa. 

Austin,  Leonore  Grace  (Mrs.  F.  L.  Reese),  44  Myers  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 

Barber,    Lila    Eudora    (Mrs.    Thomas),    Star    Route,    Waverly,    Pa. 

Bartko,  Mary  Martha  (Mrs.  Klembara),  436  E.   Norwegian  Street,  Pottsville,  Pa. 

Becker,  Mary  Louise,  310  Stafford  Avenue,  Scranton,   Pa. 

Benfield,   Laura  Jsme,  530  Center  Street,   Bethlehem,   Pa. 

Bielfeldt,   Florence   Elsie,  945   Prescott   Avenue.   Scranton,   Pa. 

Bingaman,  Kathryn  Alverda  (Mrs,  J.   E.   Reese),  Gonlon,   Pa. 

Bittenbender.  Jean  LeNore  (Mrs.  Dale  Stitlerl,  618  E.  Fourth  St.,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Black,   Louise  C,   Maplewood,   Pa. 

Bommer,  Thelma  Audrey   (Mrs.   Ernest  Stackhouse).  R.  D.  No.  1,  Drums.  Pa. 

Bower,   Margaret  Aivaretta   (Mrs.   Franklin    Bacon).   1811   Church   St.,   Scranton 

Boyle,   Gertrude  Marie,  62S   Main   Street,   Freeland.   Pa. 

Brislin,   Marie   Edwards.   Box  98,   R.   D.    No.    1.   Plymouth.   Pa. 

Bums.  Agnes  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  James  M.  Wilson).  209  Main  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Byerly,   Marie  K.    iMrs.    Marie   Leitzel).   129   Mill   Creek.   Pottsville.  Pa. 

Calfrey,  Helen  Beatrice,  (Mrs.  McMullen),  102  Curtis  Avenue,  Woodcrest,  Wil- 
mington, Del. 

Carl,  Mabel  P.  (Mrs.  Dean  F.  Lyon),  109  Bloom  Street.  Danville,  Pa. 

Carman,    Antoinette    (Mrs.    Decker),    732    Monroe    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 

Carr,   Mary   Elizabeth,  330  Keystone  Avenue.   Peckville.    Pa. 

Colley,    Dorothy   Catherine   (Mrs.    Howard   Bowington),    Benton,   Pa. 

Connolly,  Mary  Celia,  72  Depot  Street,  Forest   City,   Pa. 

Conway,    Margaret    Mary,    406    State    Street,    Johnstown,    Pa. 

Cotner,  Adla  Marie  (Mrs.  Harold  Arner).  Washingtonville.  Pa. 

Crowell,   Lavina  Kate   (Mrs.   Youngl,   347   E.    Noble  Street,   Nanticoke.   Pa. 

Davis,    Robert    David,    426    E.    Main    Street,    Nanticoke,    Pa. 

Davis,    Theodore    S.,    295    W.    Hudson    Avenue,    Englewood,    X.    J. 

Dawe,  Virginia  Edith,  (Mrs.  Asher  Welker).  608  W.  Main  St..  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Dombrowski,   Stefania   E.    (Mrs.    Chester   Zimolzak),    174   E.    Main   Street,   Glen 
Lvon.    Pa. 

Drummond,  Florence  Mae  (Mrs.  Harvey  Wolfe).  R.  D.  No.  2,  Painted  Post,  N.Y. 

Dula,    Margaret    Claire,    215    Vine    Street.    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Eadie.  Ruth  Ailene,  218  Third  Street.  Weatherlv,  Pa. 

Engle,  Kathryn  Leona  (Mrs.  Jack  Winters),  1057  E.  Market  Street,  Sunbury,  Pa. 

Ermish,  Sara  Iva  iMrs.  Otis  Adams),  1668  W.  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Evans,   Dorothy   Jean,  302  Union    Street.   Taylor.    Pa. 

Evans,  Hortense  (Mrs.  Evan  Hagenbuch).  313  E.  Fourth  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Evans.  Jane  B.,  302  Montgomery   Street,  West   P'ttston.   Pa. 

Farrell.  Anna  Rose,  331  Wayne  Street.  Archbald.  Pa. 

Ferry,    Mary    Genevieve,    712    Walnut    Street.    Freeland.    Pa. 

Fetch.  Anna  Katheryn,   R.   D.  No.  2.   Hunlock's  Creek,   Pa. 

Fischer.  Wilbur  Gwynne,  9  Coal  Street,  Glen  Lyon.  Pa. 

Frantz,  Arline  Mae   (Mrs.   Walter  Covert).   Parrish  Street,  Dallas,  Pa, 

Gayewski,   Frances  Dorothy,   102  Hudson   Road.    Parsons.   Pa, 

Gething,  Rachel  Williams  (Mrs.   Powell).  419  Ferndale  Ave.,  Youngstown  7,  O. 

Gogolach.   Helen  Kathryn.  74  Academy   Street.   Plymouth,   Pa. 

Gold,  Erma  Clara,  121   5s^.  Second  Street.  Lewisbursf.  Pa. 

Goscinski,    Peprl   L.,    129  Orchard   Street.    Nanticoke.    Pa. 

Guest.    Irene    Ethel,    630    Sumner    Ave.,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Halupka.    Elizabeth    Rita    (Mrs.    Stephen   Charnitski).    Dushore.    Pa. 

Haring.    Roy   Jay,    535    E.    Second    Street.    Nescopeck,    Pa. 

Harlem,    Sara    Jeanette.    440    Locust    Street.    Columbia,    Pa. 

Harrison,    Captain    Ami,    Huntington    Mills.    Pa. 

Harrison,    Frederick    Ralph,    Huntington.    Mills.    Pa. 

Barter.  Esther  (Mrs.  Paul  H.  Bittner).  310  Second  Street.  Slatington,  Pa. 

Hartman,   Beatrice,   R.   D.    No.  4,   Benton.   Pa. 

Hartzel,   Thelma  Anna   (Mrs.   W.    Burns).  409  Third  Street.   Upland,   Pa. 

Hayer,    Veronica    B.,    38    Brennan    Street.    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Hays,    Mary    Agnes    (Mrs.    Harry).    Third    Street,    Nescopeck,    Pa. 

Heiser,  Sara  E.  fMrs.  T.  P.  Reiele).  R.  D.  No.  2,  Lewisburg.  Pa. 

Hoegg.  Marion  Henrietta,  307  Hudsondale  Street.  Weatherlv,  Pa. 

Hoegg.  Myrtle  A,  (Mrs.  Eugene  Hayes),  307  Hudsondale  Street,  Weatherly,  Pa. 

Hollister,    Anna   Cecelia,   32   Centre   Street,   Strong.   Pa. 

Hooper.  Lillian   B.,   22  Willow  Street,   Plymouth.   Pa. 

Howeth.  Marie  L.  (Mrs.  W.  J.  Simmons,  Rosewood  School,  Owings  Mills,  Md. 

Hughes,    Eleanor   Lois,    113    Loom  is    Street.    Wilkes- Barre.    Pa. 

Jackson,  Catherine   Olrs.   George  Ludwig),  920  Orange  Street,   Berwick,  Pa. 

Jarzenbowicz,  Louise  Rose,  220  Freed  Street,  Sugar  Notch.  Pa. 

Johns,  Irene  Helen  ("Mrs.   Tohn  Catterall).  1701  Church  Street.  Scranton,  Pa. 

Jones.  Anna  ('Mrs.   Robert' H.  Todd).  62  Academy  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Jones.   Dorothy  W.,   135  West  Avenue.  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Jones,   Muriel   Perry,  33  Grove   Lane.  Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Jones,  William  B..   1131   W.  Locust   Street.   Scranton,   Pa. 

Kaminsky.    Charles   Jerome,   837    Pine    Street.    Kulpmont.    Pa. 

Kaszewski,   Sophie  Christie,  351    E.   Church   Street,   Nanticoke,   Pa. 

Kerstetter.    Mary    M.,    1307    W.    Walnut    Street,    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Ketcham,  Marearel  White  (Mrs.  Kenneth  Michael),  215  Third  St..  Weatherly,  Pa. 

Killian.    Ida   Elizabeth.   64   Allen    Street.   Nanticoke.    Pa. 

Kivler.   Grace   Blanchie   (Mrs.   Curtis   E.    Hoover).   339   E.   Third   St.,   Bloomsburg 

Kleback.  Margaret  D..  202  Oak  Street.  Taylor,  Pa. 

Kocher,  Lenore  Witesell  (Mrs.  Tohn  Williams).  74  Marlborough  Avenue.  Wilkes- 
Barre,    Pa, 

Kotalick,  Marv  Teresa,  46  Wyoming  Street.  Ashley.  Pa. 

Krauss.  Sara  Lillian.  463   E.   Third   Street.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Lebo.  Elsie  Mae  l^^rs.  Nelson  Stauf'er).  59  JLiin  Street,  Shaft,  Pa. 

Lesber.   Helen   Louise.   Middletown.   Pa. 

Lord.  Charlotte  Virginia.  .^84  .S.   Franklin  .Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Luce.   Doris   Louise.   229  Tnwood    Avenue.   Unner  Montclair.   N.   J. 

Lundouist.   Nellie   FIi-»abeth,   R.    D.   No.   2.    Shirkshtnny.   Pa. 

Mc  Andrew.   Mary   Edith.   Box  59.   T.ocust  Gap.   Pa. 

McEneany,  Catharine.  New  Albnny,  Pa. 

McEneany,  Mary  Atmes,  R.  D.  No.  45.  New  Albany.  Pa. 

McGrady.    Mary    Calltstus.    133    Merritt    Street.    Parsons.    Pa. 

McHale.  Marearet  Jane.  507  Grier  Street.  Dickson  City.  Pa. 

Machung,     Alice     B.     (Mrs.     Anthony     Diska),     1205     South     Prospect     Street, 
Nanticoke.    Pa. 

Makarczy,  Sophie,   539  I^anover  Street.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Maloney,  Marv  V.  (NTrs.  W.  T.  CullenV  817  Gibson  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Maroney,   Emily  Gertrude,  MifTI-nvillc.   Pa. 

Martin,  Claire  Louise,  627  Madison   .Avenue.   Termvn.  Pa. 

Martz,  Ruth  Lucille  (Mrs.  Edw.-ird  T.  Devoe).  Penn  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Matos,   Frank   J..  612  Railroad   Street.   Forest  Citv.    Pa. 
Mattavi,  Mary  Eleanor,  1019  Center  Street,  Freeland.  Pa. 

Mayan.  Coletta  Mary  (Mr^.  Robert  Kelly).  E.  Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Melan,  Marv  Carolyn,  145  Prosnect   Str'^et.   Wilke<!Barre.  Pa. 
Middlesworth,  Nita  Mae  (Mrs,  Jacque  Herbster),  Laurelton,  Pa. 


Miller,  Lottie  Mne,  105  Ciirhon  Slrcel,   \Vi;il  licrly.    I';i. 

Miller,  Mnry  Eliznbcth  (Mrs.   (J.   U.   Miller),  (.().>  Avliuh-   K,   Kivcisiclc.   P.l. 

Moore,  Ethel  L.iurii  (Mrs,  W.  Il:irvcy),  MS  E.  KIkIkIi  Street,  Berwick,  P.i. 

Mons,    Irene    Averettn,    7''    ;\c;iileiny    Street,    W'ilues- lliirre,     I'll. 

Moss,    Myron    D.,    Hroailway,    I'ii. 

Mum.iw,   Grace   L.,   S5.i    West    (ireen   Siriet,    ll:i/^let(>n.    I'a. 

Munnon,   Elizabeth  I.,  119  West   Street,    Hl.KmisliurK,   I'a. 

Munson,    Joy    Ivn,    II''    West    Street.     HloolusliurK,     I'a. 

Nelson,    Pauline    Evadne,    St.'irrucca,     I*a. 

Novak.    Freda    Julia    I  (  li  illi  ills),    10^4    Alilcr    Street,    .Scrallli.ii,    I'a. 

O'Donnell.    Mary    Theresa.    I2.i    K.    Oak    Street,    W.    Ilazktiiii.    I'a. 

Olshesky.    Hel.-n    Rita    (Mis.    .Alex    Darshinski).   M')   \V.    .Seciniil    St..    Mt.    (  ariiiel 

Petekoisky,    Winifred    M.,    J()(il>    N.    Main    Street.    ScrailtdU,    I'a. 

Petrullo,   Caroline   Elizabeth,   7li''    KiiiK   Street,    NurtluiTiilierland,    Pa. 

Poliwka.    Vincent.    I'^scelsim .    I'a. 

Poploski.    Stella    Marie,    Jl.l    llnlaiid    Avenue,    Wilkes- Darre.    Pa. 

Pulson.   Eleanor  K   (,Mrs.   Wliileliread),   K.   1).   No.    1.   .Ncscopeck.   Pa. 

Rabuck.  Cora  Alice  I  Mrs.  II.  M.  Sinitll).  Second  Hn.,  (lO  Inf.   Keprt..  Kort  Dix,  N..I. 

RariK,   Ruth  Ann   (Mrs.    P.   J.    Hnien),   1J28  Jonlall   Street,    Montoursvllle.   Pa. 

Raup,  Elizabeth  Clara,   K.    I).   No.  i,  Catawissa.    I'a. 

Readier,   Lloyd   M..    U.    1).    No.    1.    Walnvalloiun,    I'.i. 

Reece,    Pauline    Helen,    U.    D.    No,    1,    Nesco|ieck.    I'a. 

Reese.   W.  Archb.dd,   [ti'J  (^.riiell   Street,  .'^cranton,   I'a. 

Ridall.   Mildred   Rea,   .11(1   Kast    Tliinl  Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Ross.    Mary    Alice,    R,    I).    .No,    J,    .Siiiilmry.    Pa. 

Roushey.    Louise    Marion,    l.i^    WasliiiiKton    Street.    Uili'icy    (i9,    Mass. 

Rovenolt,    Charles   Samuel,    Till  Imt  villi-.    Pa. 

Rowland.    Mary    Frances.    .(_'    Iloimsville    Street,    .\slilaiid.    Pa. 

Ruckle,    Helen    Irene,    Si2    Market    -Street.    liloonisliiirK.    I'a. 

Schell.    Pearl    Madeline    (Mrs.    C.    II.    Carls).    -NurciulierK,    Pa. 

Scherer,    Hazel.    IIIDI    Main    Street,    Ullryea,    Pa. 

Schmidt,    Dorothy    L.,    702    Kast    -Second    Street,     HI ilsbtirg,    Pa. 

Seletski,  Mayme  J.,  521   S.  Ilaiiiiver  Street,  Nallticoke.   I'a. 

Serafine,   Lena   (Mrs.    Michael  Calell).  22  E.    Fourth   Street,   VVyonung,   Pa. 

Shade.  Grace  Eleanor  (Mrs.  Cleii  VoiinKl.  806  E.  Second  Street,   Ncscopeck.  Pa. 

Shannon.    Ruth    E.,   .si.!    K.    Eiftli    Slrcel.    Hcrwick.    Pa. 

Shindel.   Susiinnc   (Mrs.    H.    W.    Moore).   129   N.   Sccoiiil    Street,   Simhiiry,    Pa. 

Shultz,    Mary    Kathryn,    U.    I).    No.    2.    Hloomsliurt;.    Pa. 

Sidler.    Ruth    R.    I  Mrs.    llarrv    Kriini').    S21    E.    Einlitli    Sired.    HlMninsbuiR.    Pa. 

Siesko.    W.ilter    Micb.iel.    221    W.    Main    Street.    Naiiliccikf.    I'a. 

Simonovich,    Jessie     A.,    -127     Carvci     -Slrcel,     Ply  llloulli.     Pa. 

Sinconis.   Catherine.    (i77    Main    .Street,    Sugar    Notch,    Pa. 

Skwarek.     Kathryn    Ann.     M'l    River    Street.    Mocanaillia.     I'a. 

Stauffer.    Vera   M.    (Mrs.    P.iiil    Uarickl.   255   \V.    Main   Street.    Kinnlown,    Pa. 

Slorosko.    Mary    Kathryn.    1.(4    Well    Sirci-t    N.iiKicokc.    Pa. 

Thomas.    Florence,    .(5,S    Wcsl     Main    Sliecl,    Plviiioulh,    Pa. 

Thomas.    Laura.    .',''.    W,    Niiilll    Street.    Illooinslmi  K.    Pa 

Thomas.    Mi»rKaret    Betty,   d'^    I'eiiii    .\veiiiie.    Exeter.    Pa. 

Troutman.   Ann.i  Miiry,   122  liidepiiKicnce  Street,  Sclinsgrove.  Pa. 

Veety.   Alice  Id.i   iMis,   SiiiaKcr).   K.    I).   No.   1,   Factory vllle.   I'a. 

Walsh,    Marie    Marftaret,     Locust    (l.ili.    Pa. 

Walsli.    Marion    Af:nes.     Diishoie.    Peima. 

Ward.    Margaret    Mary.    117    l'"ast    Di.iinotul    Ave..    Ila/le(oii.    I'a. 

Wasley.  Anna  M.iry.  .17  N.   I.irdin  Slreet,  Shciiandoali.  Pa. 

Watts.    Helen    Merrill,    Eau'les     Merc,     Pa. 

Wheatnn.    Helen    Mac,   III.  Old    Hivcr   Koad.   Wilkes- Harrc,    Pa. 

Wickizer,  Margaret  E.   (Mrs.   Wat  kins).   U.    I).    No.   1.   Falls,  Pa. 

Williams,  Alberta  Mae  (Mrs.   Howard  lirecn).  4  Cemetery  Street,   Pittston.  Pa. 

Williams.  Elizabeth  L.,  112  Kock  Slreet.  Scraiiton.   Pa. 

Williiims.   Myfanwy   Gertrude,  .^17   Kevstoiie   Avenue.   Pcckville,    Pa. 

Williams.  Oliver  S.,  K.   U.   No    1.  Wilkes   liarre.   Pa. 

Wilson.    Kathryn    Mary,   220   N.    Urollllcy   .\veniic.    Scranton.    Pa. 

Wripbt.    Fsther    Frances.    .!25    Miillierrv    Street,    llervvick.    Pa. 

Wruble,    Esther    Kay,    1227    Main    Sheet.    Swoyersville,    Pa. 

YounR,     Marion     Eleanor,    'rnicksvillc.     Pa. 

Znrr,  Beatrice  Leah,   nciiton,   I'a, 

Zatavetski.  Stella  (Mrs.   E.  Z,  Waililisl.  93  West   T'nion  St..  Wilkes-Banc.  Pa. 

Ziemba.    Anna.   715    M.iin    -Street,    Simiison.    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1930 

Astleford,    Katie    Frances,  (54    .\,    l.ocn-t    Slrcel.    Ila/lduii,    I'a. 

Audelevicz,  Stacia,   .120   W.    Main    Street.    Plyin.iiilli.    I'a. 

Baker.    Florence    Eleanor,    U.    1),    No,   4.  'ruiikhailllock.    I'a. 

Beach.   Helen   M.,    110   Manic   Street.    Lebanon.    Pa. 

BcnnaRe.  Ruth  L.  (Mrs.   R.   II.   La  Rue).   U4  Arch  Street,  Milton,  Pa- 

Bernatonis.    Anna    E..   4.?0    K.    Llovd   Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Biggar.    Mabel    C.    I'nityville.     I'ii. 

Bingman.    Frona    H.,    R,    I).    No.    1.   Beavertown.    Pa. 

Bitler,   Luther   Wilson,  25"   Edgewood   .Avciule,   Williamsport   -1",   P.-i. 

Bogle.    Florence    I..     (Ill    Hepburn    Street.    Milton.    I'a. 

Bogurt,  Sabina,  SSO  Chestnut   -Street.  -Sliainokin,    Pa. 

Bond.  Helen  D.  (Mrs.   Leslie  Berk),  225  S.  Third  Street.  Sniiliiiry.   P.l. 

Borkowski,    Irene   M.,   57-^  Orchard   Street.    Peely.    Pa. 

Boyle,    Aurelia   C,   (.28   Main    Street.    Frcelan.l.    Pa, 

Bradley.    M.-xry    Edeen.    Byriiesville    -Street.    Cenlralia.    I'a. 

Branigan.  Catherine  A..  ^IaiIl  Street.  IClK-rvale.   I'a. 

Brchm,    Lucile    (Mrs.    Robert    Kowlaiulsl.    17,17    Monroe    .\vciuie.    Dunmore.    Pa. 

Brunner.    Edith   Mary,   2024   N.    Fifth   Street.    Ilarrisburn.    Pa. 

Bubb,  Frances  Helen,  114  E.   I-'ourlecnth  Street,  Berwick,   Pa, 

Cabo,  Henrietta  1  Mrs.  C.  M.  McCaiin),  1.115  Prospect  .■\veiuic.  Scranton,  Pa. 

Carr,  Grnyce  Rita,  ,12  V..   Broad  -Street.  W.   Ilazlctoii,   Pa. 

Ceppa.    Amelia    L.    (Mrs.    .Stephen    Conagcl,    Mar    Lin.    Pa. 

Chehansky.   Anna.  511    .Acadeiny  Street.   Pcckville,  Pa.. 

Chudzinski.  Helen  W.,  (..12  Lackawanna  Street,  Forest  City.  Pa. 

Conahi»n.   Mjirgaret   R..    Beaver  Brook.   Pa. 

Contini.    Jennie    Adaline,    4.14    Creeii    -Street.    Freeland,    Pa. 

Cook.  Jessie  (Mi-     1     B    Davisl.  115  E.  Keller  Street.  Mcchaiiicslnirg,  Pa. 

Cruickshank.    Virginia,   220  N.    -Second    Street.   Sunburv,    Pa. 
Culp.    Alda    I  Mis,    Lee    Cuverl.    R,    I).    No.    2.    MifTlinlmrg.    Pa. 

Davis.  Margaret  E.  (Mrs.  \'.  0.  Yencliarl.  420  N.  Maple  .Avenue.  Kingston.  Pa. 

DeFort,  Teresa  Mnry,   17.1   Elizabeth  Street.   Pittston.   Pa. 

Dieffenbach.  Lavere  A.   (Mrs.   Ilovt).   R.   11.   No.  2.  Shickshinny.   Pa. 

Donahoe.  Sarah  Mary,   Creels.    Pa. 

Dusbanko.  Frank,  Jr..   1040  N.   Church  Street.  Hazlcton.  Pa. 

Dymond.   Vivian  Jean,    K.    O.    No.   ,1,   Dallas,   Pa. 

Edwards.    Miriam,    R,    D.    No.   5.    Benton.    Pa, 

Erwin.  Anna  (Mis.    BnrgesK  F;\ux').  Conynghani.  ^Pa. 

Erwin,  Dorothy   H.,  75.1   Sllinniit   ;\veniie.   River   Edge.   N.   .T. 

Farrow.   Elvira  B.,  407  Hill   Street.   Peekville.   Pa. 

Feister.  Lorene  C.   (Mrs.   Wilson  Whitmiiel.  R.   D.  No.  5,  Bloonisburg,  Pa. 

Fenwick.   Estella  B.,  .19  Dean  .Street.  Scranton.   Pa. 

Fen-y,    Gertrude    Marie,    1013   Washington    Street.    Freeland,    Pa. 

Fetter,  Donald   E..   .5000  Oiestnut    Street.    Philadelphia,   Pa. 

Fleming,   Kathryn   (Mrs.   Oilliert   Perry).   1,S4  Wyoming  .Avenue,   Wyoming.    Pa 

Fleming,  Loretta  A..  12-10  Wvoming  Avciuie.  Exeter.  Pa. 

Foote.   Dorothy    I M  i  s.    lack   Pihlblail).   7  Orchard   Street.   .Taincstown,   N.    V. 

Forsythe.   Miriam   I  Mrs.   John  (iilliland).  Oak   Hall  Station.   Pa. 

Fortner.    Haven    W.,    Indiana.    Pa, 

Foulds.    Alice    Belle,    "tli    and    Market    Strs..   Trcvorton,    Pa. 

Foust,  Cora  May.    R,    O,    No    4.   Danville,    Pa. 

Fowler,  Phyllis  M.  (Mrs.  Percy  C.  Wilson).  115  E.   13th  Street.   Berwick,   Pa. 

Fritz,   Jasper   Monroe,    Osceola    Mills.    Pa. 

Frymire.    Richard    D.,    R.    I).    -No.    5.    Blooiilslnirg.    Pa. 

Furinan,  Gertrude  G.   (Mrs.   Alfred  Ricel.  722  Taylor  Avenue.   Scranton.   Pa. 

Gavey,    G.-rtrude   R.,   5   Orchard    Street,   (ilen    Lyon,    Pa. 

Gearhart,   Mabel   R.   (Mrs,    Franklin   Millcrl    R.    I).    No.  .1.   Sunbury.    Pa. 

Gentile.  Antionette   I, Mrs.   A.  Ca|ioliiaiicol.   102   Highland   .\vene.   \  onkers  5,   N.Y. 

Gibbons.    Mary    C,    R.    I).    No.    1.    Nortliumlicrlaiid.    Pa. 

Girton.    Be.itrice   E.,   .194   Light   Street    Road.    Bkximsliurg.    Pa. 

Carrey.    Dorothy    Mae,    24/     West    .Street.     BlooinsburK.    Pa. 

Haen.   Dorothy    Ida.   .'110  .Mlcii   Street.   West    llazlelon.   Pa. 

Harris.  Dorothy   M..   717  -South   Main   Street.  Old   For^c.   Pa. 

Haiise.  Kathrvn  l.\hs.   Paul  Everitt)  R.  D.  No.  2.  Lcwishurg,  Pa. 

Heminsway.  Marjorie  (Mrs.  Robert  Kellernian).  1023Vj  Fiisk  Street,  .Scranton,  Pa. 

Hidlay.    H.irold   H.,   242    I'cnii    .Street.    Bloonisburg.    I'a. 

Hileman.  Dorothy  (Mrs.    I.  Stanley  Iluniincr).  511   E.  Third  St..  Bloonisburg,  Pa. 

Hodges.   Raymond  T.,  Rl.l   West    I'ranklin   Street,   Richmond,  Va. 

Holuba,  Josephine  M.  (Mrs.  W.  C.  Hawk).  52  Slanworth  Lane.  Princeton.  N.  J. 

Hoover.  Mddred  E.  (Mrs.  Ciilbert  Morgan).  Old  Forge.  .500  Sampson  Street.  Pa. 

Houser.    Jennie   T..    Ringtowil.    I'a. 

Hull.  Margaret  M..  41  Bank  Street.  Smethport,  Pa. 

Isenberg.   Anna    E..   22(i   N.    Ninth   -Street.   Sunbury.    Pa. 

Jenkins.  M.  Evelyn,  41('.  T.-iylor  .Avenue.  Scr;mton   10.  Pa. 

John.   Charles   Alfred.    I'"rankliii.   Iii.i. 

Johnson.  Mary   D..    11.(1    Berklieck  Street.   Freeland,   Pa. 

Jones.    Elled    Harold,    10,1    Charles    Slreet.    Wilkes- Barre.    Pa. 

Jones.    Florence   May    (.Mrs.    Lewis    L.    loiics).   57    Bound    .Avenue,   Milton,   Pa. 

Jones.    Kathryn    iMis,    jasper    Fritz).   Osceol.i    Mills.    Pa, 

Jones,  William   Morris,   1117   Main   Street.    Pcndhani.  Old   Forge,   Pa. 

Kalwcit,   Albert   Carl,   .1.17    E.    Broad    Street,    Nanlicoke,    Pa. 

Kapp.    Irma    C.    .151    Centre    Street.    Blooinslmrg.    I'a. 

Keith.   Dorothy   M.   (Mrs.  C.   II.   Harris).   24  N.   Main  Street,  Ashley,   Pa. 

Kelder.    Mrs.    Thelma    C.    New    .Albany,    Pa. 

Klischer,    Myrtle    E.,    7lh    and    Market    Sts.,    Mt.   Carmcl.    Pa. 

Krafchik.    Joseph    T.,   9    Engle    Street,    Glen    Lyon,    Pa. 

Kraynack.    Alex   J.,    ICf.  Concord   Street.   Plymouth.   Pa. 

Krebs.  Ruth  J.  (Mrs.  Lenkcr).  Rohn  Ru  Kennels.  R.  I).  No.  1.  Centre  Hall.  Pa. 

Lavelle.   Maritaret   P.,  Centralia.    Pa. 

Lavellc.   Sara   M.,    North   -Street.   Centralia.    Pa. 

Lindem-in,   Mary   A.,    Milnesvillc.    Pa. 

Litwhiler,    Truman,    Newport.    Mich. 

McCormac.   Helen   F.,   1,1(1  Cenictcrv  Street,  Archbald.  Pa. 

McMirhael.   Hazel   R.   (Mrs.   Earl   Evcland).    Forks.   R.   D..  Orangcville.    I'a. 

M.ickic.    Helen    E..    1005    N.    Webster    Avenue.    Scranton.    Pa. 

Macur.   Eugene  John.   14  Line  -Street.  Glen   Lvon.  Pa. 

Marshalle.    Gertrude    M.,    ,155    Railroad    Street.    Nallticoke.    Pa. 

Merrick.  Teresa  L..  11   Perkins  Street.  Plains.   Parsons.  Pa. 

Michael.    Arthur   L.,    -Shickshinny.    Pa. 

Miller.   Isabella   H.,  R.  D.   No.   1.  Catawissa.  Pa, 

Miller.   Louise   A.    (Mrs.    Kenneth   Manning).   R.   D-   No.   I.   Dalton.    Pa. 

Morgan.    F,    Geraldine,   Coal    .Street,   Trcvorton,    Pa. 

Minor.    D.iniel    Donald,    Church    -Street.    Kelayres.    Pa. 

Morgan.  Helen  M.   (.Mrs.   Daulicrt).  1.12  S-   Fourth  Street.  Lcwishurg.  Pa. 

Morgan.    Sara    Ruth.    428    E.    Main    Street.    Nanticokc.    Pa. 

Morris.    Elma    Louise,    155    Washington    Street.    Edwardsvillc,    Pa. 

Myrick.    A.    Eli'abeth    (Mrs.    William    Tones).    Pcckville.    Pa. 

Morton.   Mary   Frances.  1,14   Mulberry   Street.   Berwick.   Pa. 

Nelson.   Marie  F.,  .105    Fourth   Street,  Catawissa.   Pa. 

Norbert.   Genevieve   M.,   257   Zcrbey   Avenue.    Kingston.   Pa. 

Noel,    Mariraret    E.,    Natalie.    Pa. 

Novak,    Edna    Elsie.    1074    Alder    Street.   .Scranton.   Pa. 

O'Connell.   Maudrue.    10  Hill    Street.   Ashley.   Pa. 

O'Donnell.  Clare   M.,    502   S.    Tanviinia    Street,   McAdon.   Pa. 

Peeora,  Concetta  M.  (Mrs.   loliii  Ko(cli).  .14  E.   Broad  Street.  West  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Pennington.  Capitola  O.   (Mrs.   Emerson  .1.   Recce).  R.   I).   No.   1.  Orangeville,  Pa. 

Petroff.    Julia.    I,(0(.    Freas    .Avenue.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Phillips.    Mary    L.,   Chinchilla.    Pi.  

Phdlips.  Olive  W.  (Mrs,  M.  R    Williams),  51  W.  Lafayette   Place.  WilkcsBarre 
Ransiivage,  Genevieve  M-,   17  Street,   Kingston,  Pa. 

Reagan.    Mary    R..    l...-t    Creek.    Pa.  

Reese.   John  McKell,  Tidlnirv  Terrace,  West   Nanticokc,  P,-l. 

Reese.  Lillian  Nesbitt,  901   Centre  Street.   Freeland,  Pcnna. 

Reese.    Muriel    E..    1    (^uirch    Street.    Audenried.    Pa. 

Reicbard.  Grace  E.   (Mrs.    Meredith  (iarilner).  201    New  Street,  Muncy,   Pa. 

Redly.  Catherine  D.,  25  E.  Broadway.  Plymouth.  Pa.      „    ,,      „    _  .  „ 

Richard.   Myrtle   L.    (Mrs.    Melville   Kerr1.   Box    124.   R.   D.   No.  2,   Catawissa,   Pa. 

Richards.    Edgar   Ellis,   Glcn-Nor   High    School.    Norwood,    Pa. 

Richards,  Cladvs,  1,!0  Elm  -Street.  Shamokin.  Pa.  „    ,,     ,        _  „,  , 

Rishel.  M.iry   Margaret   (Mrs.    Francis  T.  tasey).  S.   Market   Street,   Bloonisburg 

Robbins.  Catherine  W.,   I.'.i9i ;   Green   Street.   Edwardsville.   Pa. 

Roller.  Caroline  E.   (.Mrs.   Miles  Bowen).  R.  D.  No.  4.  Danville.  Pa. 

Rood.  Myrtdla  E.  (Mrs.  Albert  Abbott).  .129  State  Street.  Kanticoke.  Pa. 

Rowe.  Minnie  Jane  I  Mrs.  -Samuel  Keefer).  Box  212  Main  Road,  Wilkcs-Barre. 

Ruch.    Clarence    A     101.1    Market    Street.    Berwick,    Pa.    ,     _        „,  _  „ 

Sondcrs,  Hazel  Martha  (Mrs.  Irvin  Clancy),  Pine  Road,  Fox  Chase  Farm.  I- ox 

Schell.   Annie  E.   iMrs).  36\   Fair  Street.   Bloomshurg.   Pa. 

Schild,    Mandalene.    .SOI    W.   Taylor    Street.    Taylor.    Pa. 

Schnure.    Mary    A.,    R.    D.    No.    2.    Milton.    Pa.  . 

Schraeder.  Gertrude  R.   (Mrs.   Teel   Johnson).    121    llartranit    Avciuie.   Norrislown 

Schuyler,  Thursabert,  27.1   East   Street.   Bloonisburg.   Pa. 

Sharpless.   Myra   S..   .166  Center  Street.    Bloomsliurg,    Pa.  ,.         -   ,      „ 

Sharpless.   Mary    Agnes  (Mrs.   E.Iwin   Boyer).  914  Orange  Street.   Berwick.   Pa. 

-Shenoski.    Clara    -lean.    94    Regent    Street.    Wilkcs-Barre     Pa.  ,,      ,  . 

Schultz,   Laura   M.    I  Mrs.    I'ller   .A.    Magozza).  45   \\  .   Diamond    -Ave..    Hazleton 

Sibly.    Richard   T.,    R     D.    No.   2.    Benton.    Pa. 

Sidler.  Sus.ui   E.,  615   Bloom  Street.  ■Danville.  Pa. 

Skladany.   Anna   E.,  .S9  W.   Broadway  Street.  Plymouth.   Pa. 

Slack    Marion   E.   (Mrs.   Knauer).    1(.20  Myrtle  Street,  Dunmore.   Pa. 

Smith.    Delmar   L.,   422   E.    lltb    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Snyder.   Helen  E..  105)  E.   Market    Street.   Sunbury.   Pa.  

Snyder    Shirley    E.    (Mrs.    l.din    E,    -Scdiml).    Kings   Highway.    Marvsville,    1.1. 

Spalone.  Margaret  R.  (Mrs,  F,  IVIsidoro).  20(.0  Murray  Hill  Road.  Clcvehind,  O. 

Sponscller.   A.   Nevin,  224  Country    Lane   Road.   Mitchell   Park.   Hatboro,   Pa. 

Srcdcnschek.   Margaret   J.,  619   Main   Street,   Forest   City,   Pa. 

Stanton.    Mae    Eva.    Nicholson.    Pa.  .„.,.„  ,,-,  ,  t> 

Sterling.  Leona  M.  (Mrs.  Ilruiigcr).  .133  W.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Stiner.   Kathryn   B.    iMrs.    Ilufnagle).   R.   D.   No,    1.   Cat,iwissa,   Pa. 

Stiner,    Cyril    William.    ,150    Fifth    Avenue.    New    \ork    City,    No.    1. 

Strausner,    Anna   C,    W.    Pen    Argvlc.    Pa. 

Stroud.   Mddred  W.   (Mrs,   Wilson).  162  New  Mallery   Place,  Wilkes  Barre.  Pa. 

Swank.   Orva    A..    Kingtown.    Pa.  „   ,         •       ts 

Swartz.    Mari-aret    (Mrs.    Luther   Bitler).   George   Street.    Dalmatia,    Pa. 

Talbot.   Elizab<-th   L.,   17   E.    Butler   Street.   Shickshinny.   Pa. 

Tedesco.    Virginia   M.,  -132   .Avenue.    Pcckville.   Pa. 

Thomas.  Marion  Jane,  (Mrs.  W.  B.   Tones).  11,11  W.  Locust   Street,  .Scranton,  Pa. 

Thompson.   Clara    I  Mrs.   N.Minan   Millcrl.   R.    D.    No.   2.   Clark   Summit,    Pa. 

Vandermark,  Ruth  (Mrs.  Mav).  1R09  Mnhantango  Street,  Pottsville,  Pa. 

Vollratb.    Catherine  W.,   Isl    E.    I'oidar   Street.    Nanticokc.    I'a. 

Wadas.    Ch.arles   J..    Blue    Star    Drive.    Mountain   Side,    N.   J. 


Wosni-r,   Mildred   A.,   5.!    I.awrcncc   Slnct.    Wilki-s-Barrc.    Pa. 

Waurin.   Stephen   A..  !>''    KlTorson   Slri'tl.   Sininson.   I'a. 

Weaver.    Ruth   A.    I  Mrs.    ,lay    MulTb),    Asli    t>lrcct,    Walsontown.    Pa. 

Weidner.    Georgiena    L.,     I'rucksville.    I'a. 

Welker.    Dorothy    V.    I  Mrs.    Millaril    DiWirc).   273    h.    Broadway,    Milton.    Pa. 

Welliver.   Sara   (Mi^     \V.   iKirrcl    Kiiwarils),  Oakcs,    Pa. 

Welsh,    Myron   R..    ( li  :iiiKCvilU'.    I'a. 

White.   M<\ry   Elirabeth  (IMrs.  11.   liiltcnliemlcr),  27.';   E.  .Sixth  Micil,   llloomsburK 

Williams.    Elizabeth    M.,    III2    Kock    Street,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Williams.   Jane   R.   (.Mrs.   Charles    Perry).    U   Short   Street,    Kilwardsvillc.   Pa. 

Wilson.    Dorothy    (Mrs.     lohn    Kroli),    IJ(i    HUiin    Street,    llolivar,    N.    \. 

Witkoski.   Isabelle  C,  .501    I'triliiian.l   Street,  .Serantoii,   Pa. 

Wojcik,  Eva  Jose,   lliim-ins  Stroel.   Forest  City.   Pa.  ..       ,      ,        r. 

Ycager.   Ruth   A.    (Mrs.    KInier   Keiiiliart),   157    Plane   Street,   Wcathcrly.    Pa. 

Yeager.  William  Brooke,  Jr.,   110  Hanover  Si  ret,  Wilkes  Bane,  Pa. 

York,  Janetta   Marie   (Mrs.   Coleman),  416  Hickory  Street.   IVckville,    la. 

Young,   Ethelda  C,  .t24   K.   KiRlith  Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Young,   Marion  C,   21}   N".    Bromley    .\veiuie.   Seranlon,    Pa. 

Zimmerman,  Katharine,   Nliremlu-iK.    P:i. 

CLASS   OF    1931 

Appleman.    Helen    Margaret.     11.1    \'ine    Street.    Danville.     Pa. 

Baker,    David   Hershey,  <H1    I.ooust    Street,   Colninhia.    Pa. 

Balas.  Josephine  Mary,  21   N.   WalnnI   Street.   Wilkes   Barre.   Pa. 

Bangs.  Helen   E.   (Mrs.  S.   1..    Kileliie).  K.  D.    No.   1.  tirangeville,  Pa. 

Baum,    Mrs.    Catharine    Hayes,    S(X1' j    X.    Fourth    Street,    Snnbury,    Pa. 

Beale.   Beatrice  B.arbara  (Mrs.   W.   l.etlermanl.  413  F.ast   Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa 

Beynon,   Myfanwy   M..   1.'41    .S.    Main   .\veiuie.  .Scranton.   Pa. 

Bitler.    Mae    Eria    iMis.    Donald    BennclD,    Stale    Street.    Millville,    Pa. 

BIythe.    Florence   Elizabeth   (Mrs.   A.    H.    Kitchenl.   4,!.i    Kast    Street,    BloomsburK 

Bonham,    Fannie   Marie,   1427    Pine   Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Booth,    Barbara   M.    i.Mrs.    Fred    Heillonll.    Box   4(.J.    Mi.ldlebury,   Vt. 

Bower.    Esther    Amelia    (Mrs.    Howard    Bailey),    Chinchilla,    Bircher    St.,    Pa. 

Bowman.    Elizabeth   C,   242   West    Street,    Bloomslinri!,    Pa. 

Boyer.    Edith    E..    K.    D.    No.   2.   Sclinsgrove.    Pa. 

Boyer.   Lulu    Esther,  233   l.oRan   Street.   I.ewistown.    Pa. 

Cav,anaugh.   Mae   Rita,    I(W   Second    Street,   Coaldale.    Pa. 

Cease.  Hannah  J.   (Mrs.   Bei.Ielman).  1316  S.  Main  Street.  Phillirsburg,  Pa. 

Ch.allenger.   Elizabeth   Mae   (Mrs.    Davics),  41.';    Fifteenth   .\vcnue,   Scranton,    Pa. 

Chiavacci.    Nicia   Margaret,   29.S   Parsonage   Street.    Pittston,    Pa. 

Clark,    Minnie  Sophia,    U     D.    No.   2,    Dornsifc,   Pa. 

Cochran,   Elizabeth  M.  (Mrs.  C.   G.   MacPortland).  494  Fern  Street,  West   Hart 

lord.    t\iiiii. 
Concannon,  Mary  Jane,  8-10  W,  Chestnut  Street,  Sliamokin,  Pa. 
Coopey,   Phyllis   (Mrs.    Phyllis   Swan),  35   Birch  Street,   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 
Crevelins.    Lewis   L.,   423    W.lter    Street.    HllKliesville,    Pa. 
Cunningham,  Helen  Cooke,  61   S.  Welles  .\venuc.  Kingston,  Pa. 
Davis,   Creta   Mae   (Mrs.    Smick).    /ion   Grove.    Pa. 
Davis.   James  Bitting,   115    K,    Keller  Slreet,   MechanicslmrK,   Pa. 
Davis.    Mary    Francis    I  Mrs.    YcagerV    254    E.    NoMc    Street.    Nanticoke,    Pa. 
Davis,  Naumi  Caroline  (Mrs.   B.   F.  Thomas),   Foiirlh  Street.  Blakcly.  Pa. 
Delliquanti.    Rose   E..    1    (iriftilli    Street.    Pitlston.    I'a. 
Derr.  LaRue  Charles,   16.1  Second   Street,   llighspire.   Pa. 
Derrick.    Edna    Mae.   -I»   W.    Snyder   Street,    Sclinsgrove,    Pa. 
DeVoe,    Edward    Thoma.s,    204    Penn    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Dohrowolski,   Stella   F.,  .'^21    I'oote  ,-\veiuie.   Duryea.   Pa. 
Dougherty,    K.-ithryn    Mary,   Tiiscaiora.    Pa. 
Dyer.  John  W..   U     D.   No.   5.   liloonisburg.   Pa. 
Dunn.   Florence  M.,   Terinyn.  427  Wash  .\veinie.  Pa. 

Eck.   Margaret  Derr't.Mrs.   K.   M.   Shoemaker),  .531   Callierinc   Street,   BloomslMUg 
Edmunds,   Naomi  (Mrs.    lack   Elile).  ,127   E.  Third  Street,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Empett.   Doris  E.   (Mrs.  Tracy  V'anBuskirk),   1183  Chenago  Street,   Binghamton, 

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Evancho,    Peter,   '•    .South    Street,    Ecklcv.    Pa. 

Evans.  Elouise  (Mi-     Heilm.inn).    1,S24   llercer  ,'\venue.  N.   Y.,  Roanoke,  Va. 
Fahringer,   Clara    Elizabeth,  ><2I    W.    Fourth    .Streel.    Williamsport,    Pa. 
Fahrineer.  Jane  Lulu.  '*I5  K.    l-'ront   Street,   Berwick.   Pa. 
Fairchild,    Ruth    Ellen    (Mrs.    Kling),    R.    I).    No.    3.    I.ewisbuig,    Pa. 
Faus.    Frank    Victor,    5.S-14    Burchard   .'\veiliie.    Los    Angeles   34,   Calif. 
Fawcett,  Florence  E.  (Mrs.  F'owler).  IM  Kast   F"ront   Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Ferry.  Mildred  E.,   K    Grant  Street,  E.   Mc.Adoo    Pa. 
Fisher,  Mary  Cathryn,  Front  Street,  I'Veelnirg.  Pa. 

Forgeng.    Dorothy   Jean    (Mrs.    Edward    P.    .Smith)    1313    Pettchone    St.,    Scranton 
Fortner,  Lydia  Ranch  (Mrs.   F^arl  Davis),  Main  Street.   Kspy,  Pa. 
Foust.    Dorothy     Mary     (Mrs.     Wright).    Watsontown,    Pa. 
Foust,   A.   Marie    (.Mrs.    Cletns   Merrell).    Dimock,    Pa. 
Fowler,  Kathryn  H.  I  Mrs.   Kindig).  205   lackson  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Francis.   Beatrice  K.  (.Mrs.   Smith),  2<>10  George  St..   Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Frank,    Rose    iMrs.    Cliormack),    Bidille    St.,    (lordon,    I'a. 
Freeman,  Harold  J.,  718  E.   Northamton  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Frew.  Anna   E.   (Mrs.  George   Evans).  129  Main  St..  Olvphant,  Pa. 
Frick.    Dorothy   J.    (Mrs.    S.    A.    Macnougall),    R.    D.    No.    I,    Benton,    Pa. 
Galazin.  Helen  C.  (Mrs    Venchek).  2.S0  F.  Union  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 
Gilmore.   Rebecca  E.   (Mrs.   Roy  Trov).   Nuremberg,   Pa. 
Gillovitz,    Dora    R.,   68    N.    Hancock    Street.    Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 
Colder.     Frank    J.,    259    W.     Fifth    Streel.     BliKinishurg      Pa. 
Gorham.    Mary    E.    (Mrs.   Clarence   R.    Wolever),  238  N.   Abington   Road,   Clarks 

.Stiiiiniit.   I':i. 
Graybill,    Kathryn    Arlenc,    P.ixtonville,    Pa. 
Hnggerly,    Regina    Beatrice,    Marvd.    Pa. 
H.-irris.    Irene,    llukniv   Corners.    I'a. 

Hartt.   Miriam  Frances  (Mis.    Ktlward   Kitchen).   154   V..    Fifth   Street.   Bloomslinrg 
Hawk,   Kenneth    Edgar,   Mountain   Top,    Pa. 
Hegarly,    Ellen    Mary,    t)2    Row    Street,    Tam.afjua.    Pa. 
Hess.   Corinne    Anna.    118   Valley    Street.    I.ewistown.    Pa, 
Hopkins.    Julia    Marie.    117    E.    Co;il    .Street.    Shenandoah.    I'a. 
Hubler.    Elizabeth    H..    14   W.    B-ddle    Street.    Gordon,    Pa. 
Hulehengs.    Esther    A.    (Mrs.    Yale).   l'nion<lale.    Pa. 
Ingram.    Catherine    Ruth,    131    .Sycamore    .Street.    Pittsburgh    11.    Pa. 
Ivey,    Ila    A.    I.Mrs.    I.    L.    Bobbins).    Virgil.    N.    V. 
Jacoby.   Ethel    Emiline,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Barnesville,   Pa. 
Jaffin,  Nicholas  E.,    Box   2115,   1125   Fourth   Street,   Berwick.   I'a. 
Jones.   Dorothy   Katherine,  632   N.    Main   .\venne.   Scrantcm.    Pa. 
Jones,    Esther,    Catherine,    SO    Short    Street,    IvIwanlsviUc.    Pa. 
Ka.saczun,  Alice  H..  MfJ  Cherry   .Street.  .Scranton.   Pa. 
Kauffman,   Grace    Reed    (Mrs.    Jones),   .180  Vine    Street,    Milton,    Pa. 
Keen,    Winifred    I M  i -^     Thomas    Howell).   9   W.    I'nion    Street,    Shickshinnv,    Pa. 
Kehler,   Mabel   Mae   I.Mrs.    Harry   Strouse).   322  Centre   Street,   .Ashland,    Pa. 
Kelchner,   Erma   Verena,   78  Uni()n   Street.   .SIncksliinny.    Pa. 
Kelly.  Mary  Elizabeth  I  Mrs.  Robert  S.  Dew).  Mountain  Top,  Pa. 
Kelly.    Marie    Winifred,    516    I.ociist    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Kepner.    Sue    Odella,    124    K.    13(li    Streel.    Berwick.    Pa. 
Kile.   Esther  L.   (Mrs     Kenneth    F.ilwards).   Light    Streel.   Pa. 
Kirker.  Thomas  J..    15(,lll   VV.ikenden   Street.    Detroit   2,1.   Mich. 
Kisher.    Dorothy    B.,    V    K     Water   Street.    Mnncv.    Pa. 
Klinger.    Marlon   Elizabeth    (Mrs     Clair  Troy).    Nuremberg^  Pa. 
Klingman,    Harriet    Beth,    106    S     Uth    Street.    Snnbnry.    Pa. 
Knierim.    Robert    Francis,    314    Iliich    Street.    .Scranton,    Pa. 
Krauss.    Eva   C,   4M    F.     Third    Streel.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Krcigh.  Charlcen  Bumetta,  548  Jeflcrson  Street,    Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Krolikowski.    Eugene   A.,   200  E.   Main   Streel,   Glen   Lyon,   Pa. 

Krug,    Luella    Frances,   .149    Market   Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Kurtz,  Samuel  W.,  .\ssisiani  Conductor,  U.  S.   .\ir  Force  Band.  Bolhng  tield, 

W  ,ish  .11    (•, 
Lanterman,    Harold    Hunt,    347    F'air    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Laskowski.    Theodore,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Trilcksville,    Pa. 
Lewis.   Kaom   Mae   (Mrs.    Karl   Smith),    Drums,    Pa. 
Liddell,   Mildred   E.,  5.15   K.   Center  Street,    Mahanoy   City,   Pa. 
McDonald.    Ruth    Agnes,    511    Clieslnut    Slleel,    Dnnmore,    Pa. 
McKenzie.    Arthur    Charles,    (>2(.    Broad    Street,    Oxfonl,    Pa. 
McNealis.    Margaret    L.,    124   Church    Streel.    Nanlicoke.    I'a. 
Mack.    Charlotte    iMr-     C.    Kel>ner),   ,100    E.    Fourth    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Maines.   Dorothv    E.   (.Mrs.   Grosvenoi),  423   Kevslimc   .\vcnue,   Peckvillc,   Pa. 
Mann.  Lillian   E.   (Mis.   Vernon   Kiniz).   112  S.   Independent   St.,   Kingston,  N-  C. 
Masluski.   Nellie   Dolores   (Mrs.    Francis  Gibbons),  72  Green   Street,    Edwiirdsvillc 
Maynard.    Helen    Laura    (Mrs.    Lot    Lake),   Chapel   Street,    Windsor,   N.    Y. 
Meixell.    Marion    Ruth,    Espy,    I'a.  ,      ,^     „.,  .    ,   ,-  „i  i  t> 

Merrell,  Cleo  M.   (Mrs.    .Millard  Tubbs),  454  E.  Third  .Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Miller.   Harold  R..  .;i.5  Catherine   Street.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Miller,   Mildred   Rosina,  312   W.   Third   Street,    Nescolieck,   Pa. 

Miller,   Rachel    Elaine,   220   W.    Ninth   Street,    Berwick,    Pa.  ^    ,      ,    r, 

Morgan,  Annie  Thomasine  (Mrs.  A.  C.  McKen/ie),  (J6  Broad  Street,  Oxford,  la. 
Morgan.   Sara   Davies.   2(11    Pierce   Street.    Kingston.    Pa. 
Morris.    John    Edward,    IS    F^lcy    Street,    Kingston.    Pa. 
Murlha.    Anne   C.   (Jll    Fourth    Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 
Noble,   Retha   May   (Mrs.   Douglas  Burgess),  Great  Bend,   la. 
Ollendick,    Anna    K.ilhrvn,    Clinchilla,    Pa. 
Olschelsky,  Minnie  Blanche,  R.   I).  No.   1,  Calawissa.  Pa. 
Pnlsgrove,   Orval   Charles,   548   Chester    Pike,    Norwood,    Pa. 
Pelak,    William    Theodore,    134    Hillside    .-Vvenue.    Edwardsville,    Pa. 
Pennington.  Maynard  James,  Ivt2  Locust  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Quoos    Pearl  M.   I  M  i  s.   I  ion  .Scavone),   I2liOO  Dresden,   Detroit  5,   Mich. 
Raiewski.    Mary    Ellen,   220   W.    Main    Street.    Glen    Lyon     Pa. 

Rhoades,    Eleanor   Ruth    (Mrs.    Paul    F.    Witlieri.lge).    .l   Ninth    Street,   W  voming 
Ro.ichford,    Marjorv    (Mrs.    Sorlier),   .1047    S.    Main    Street,    Wilkes  Barre,    la. 
Robbins,   Eva  Winifred   (Mrs.   Maurice  ICyer),   R.   D.,  Millville,   Pa. 
Roan,    Bernard    W.,    F.spy,    I'a. 

Rosser,  Helen  C,   132  I  lark   Street,  Clarks  Summit,   Pa. 

Roush,   Alice  Kathryn   (Mrs.   Robert  Stover),  707   N.   Market   Street,  Sclinsgrove 
Rozanski,  Mary  Salomei  (Mrs.  Draper),  207  E.  Main  Street,  Plymouth,  la. 
Sechrist.   Doris   (Mi-     Leo   Paulson),  455'',   Locust    Avenue     Burlington,  N.  J. 
Sekulski.  Martin   Albert,  ,86  E.   Main  Streel,  Glen   Lvon,   1  a. 
Shear,   Grace   Lucile,   407    Mill    Street,   Coudcrsporl,   Pa. 
Sheridan.    Eleanor   Cecilia,  35   East    Poplar  Street.    Nanticoke     Pa. 
Shook.    Marion    Louise    (Mrs.    Leroy    I'azele).    R.    I).    No.    2,   Vestal,    N.   Y. 
Shotsbereer,  Gladys  M.   (Mrs.  Ilarrv  Wagner).  Market  Streel,  Frccburg,  Pa. 
Shultz.   Winifred   S..    K     D.    No.    I,    Berwick.    Pa. 
Sonner.    Ruth    Elizabeth,    1418    W.    15th    Sireet,    Ilonesdale,    la. 
St.ackhouse,   Catharine   H.,   Shickshinnv,    I'a.  . 

Stewart,  MarRaiet  (Mrs.  Ilartman).  R.  D.  No.  3,  (^atawissa.  Pa. 
Stryjak.  Helen  G.  (Mis    Zebrowski).  24  Hancock   Sireet    Plains,  Pa. 
Sulliff,  Robert  G..   li.  .Tohn  .Street,  Baldwin.  L.   I.   N.  Y. 
Sutler.  Ruth  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Franklin),  16  W.  Forest  View  Rd.,  Parkside,  Ches- 

Tow'nsend,'  Dawn  E.  (Mrs.  Harvey),  257   Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Uzdilla,   Anne   Irene,   214   Boland   Avenue,   \\  ilkcsBarre,    1  a.    Buskirk.    Mary    E.,   71    S.     Thomas   Avi-nue,    Kingston.    I  a. 

Van    Dine.    Earl    Hartmnn,    R.    D.    No.    1.    Montoursville.    la.        ,      ,.    .  _ 

Wagner.   Cora    Mae    (Mrs.    Roger    liuid).   .W)   SummM    .\venue.    Tenkinlown,    Pa. 

Walborn.  Helen  M.   (Mrs.   Nelson   Penman).   InO  \V     Eight.  St..   BUKunsburg,  Pa. 

Waples    F.  Beatrice  (Mrs.  L.  W.  Creasy).  R.  D.  No.  5,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Weaver,    William   H.,    Ilackcltstown,    N.   J  ,  ■        t> 

Weikel,    Aria   Pauline,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Box    52,   Sh.amokm,    Pa. 

Werchok.  Leona  Maty,  21    Fifth  Street,   PIvmoulh,   la. 

Wilkes,   John   Joseph,    1,18    Robert    Street.   .slie.-llo«;n     Nanticoke,    Pa. 

Williams,   Ann   (Mrs    Cvril   Lewis),   1721    Swetland   Sireet,  Scranton,  Pa, 

Williams,   Catherine,    102    E.    Broad    Street,    Nanticoke.    Pa.  •         .    • 

Williams;    Reba    E.    (Mrs.    Paul    .Schmi.ll).    2544    Eoole    Drive.    Phoenix,    Am. 

Williams.  Ruth  Marie.  317  Keystone  Avenue.  Peckville,   I  a. 

Willinrd,    Raymond   W..   3(0   E.    Shamokin   Sireet.   Treyorlon     1  a. 

Wolever.  Clarence  Raymond,  2.18  N.  Abinglon  Road,  Clarks  Green.  Clarks  Sum- 

Wyand't.   Lois  Myrtle,   1423   E.    Elm   Street,   Scr.anton.   Pa. 
Yabroski.   Mary  Gertrude,  265   Ridge  Street.  Ashley.  Pa. 
Yacab<mis.  Joseph  J.,  I05  W.   Market   Street,  Mahanoy   City.   Pa. 
Yoeum.    Hilda    Deloma,  680   Shakespeare    .\veinie.   Millon.    I  a. 
Zimolzak.    Chester.    174    E.    Main    Street.    Glen    Lyon.    la. 

CLASS   OF    1932 
Applegate,    Lesta    E.    (Mrs.    Donald    Bangs).    Millville,    Pa. 
Alen,   Woodrow   W.,   R.    D.   No.   3.    Illo..msbiirg,    P.l. 
Baer.   Pearl    L.,   -I    S.    I'nion   Sireet,    Middletown,    Pa. 
Baker,    Rela    T.,    316    Warren    Street,    Nescopeck,    I'a. 
Benner,  Kathryn  M..  425  l.opan   Street,   I.ewistown,   Pa. 

Boyer,  Gladys  R..   Box  (.7.   Pillow.   Pa.  „    ,,         .,  r-  n 

Breisch.  Mary  Louise  (Mrs.  Robert  B.  Miles),  4,50  E.  Main  Sireet.  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Brennan,   Helen  L..   IIK.  Race  Street.  Shamokin.    Pa. 
Brobsl,   Catherine   M.    Nuremberg.    Pa. 
Brown.    Robert    A.,   31    N.    Ninth    Streel,   Columbia,    la. 
Bubb,  Ida  M.,  Ill  K    14lh  Street,  Berwick,  P.i. 

Cecchini.   Dora  M.,  425  Sterling  Streel,  West   W  y.';,"<">f/.  '  ■'•  „ 

Chevitski,    Anna    L„    117   Wilson    ^^'"^^^t'}  \'^-'^'^'-- ^^"''^:i[';"/J^\  ■,,,,    „j 
Clapp,     Eleanor     B.     (Mrs.     Edward     S.     Ilollman).     Apt.     21M  6.509     Fairfax     Rd.. 

Ill  111. -.1,1.   M.I.  .,       ,       ,     „ 

Contini,   Congettn    A.,   4.54    Green   Street,    Vreelaild,    Pa. 
Davis,    Mary    Elizabeth,    19    Parsonage    Sireet,    Pulsion,    la. 
DeHaven,  Morris  D..  R.  D.  No.   1,   Box  252,  Wilkes-Barre,  la. 
Derby,   Almeda  L.,   1216  Oram  Street,  Scr.iiil..n.   I  a. 
Devine.    Eleanor   D.,  229   E.    Secon.l   Stre.l,    Ml.   Carinel,   Pa. 
Devine.  Marie  1.   (Mrs.   Robert   M.   Sewell).   L.icusI   Avenue    rentr-aha,   la. 
Draina.    Irene   T.    (Mrs.    143    E.    Liberty    Street     Ashley,    Pa. 
Eltringham.   Jemima,   343   S.    Vine   Street,    Ml.   (  arniel.    Pa. 
Evans,    Roy   J.,   3.10   E.    Third    Sired,    Empcniiim,    1  a. 
Felker,    Ethel    M..    Beaver   Springs.    I'a. 
Fester,   Frances  P.,   Box   245.    Berwick.    I'a. 
Fouike,    Ruth    M.,   2   Green    Street,    Danville,    Pa. 
Gasewicz.    Emma    A.,    56   Coal    Street,    Glen    Lyon,    Pa. 
Gerosky.    Frank    J.,   29   Welsh   Street,    Pillston.    Pa. 
Gillow,   Lorna   M.    (Mrs.    Nelson    Doyle).   I.akewood.   la. 

Hafer,  Elizabeth  G.,   (Mrs.   E,   Scb,x-k),  21   Green  Sireet,  Mlincy     Pa.  ^1    P 

Haggy,  Ruth  E.  (Mrs.   Harold  Baker),  60!  461h  Place  S.  E.,  Washington  19,  D.  C. 
Hall     John   A.,   551    Monlgomerv    .\venue.   West    litlslon.   Pa. 
Harlman.  Gerald  C,  54(.  Shuman  Street,  Citawissa,  Pa. 
Hartman,  Mrs.  Helen  Keefer,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Danville,  P.a 
Harll.  Mrs.  Sarah  E.,  225  Calawissa  Avenue.  Sunburv.  la. 

HendHckson.  Margarl^t  M.  (Mrs.  Kr.inse).  931  E.  Third  Street,  Williamsport,  Pa. 
Henry.  Alys,  (Mrs     Nuss),  113  Main  Street.  Hugllesville,  la.    _        ,,        .  ,  „ 

Heppe.  Lois  M.   (Mrs.   P.   M.  Rosenberger).  2123  Greenwood  Si  .   Ilarrislnirg,  Pa 
Hess,    Chester   C,   I'M   Elm    Sireet,    Bridgeville.    Pa. 
Howells,   Anna    L.,    114    E.   Grove   Street.   Taylor.    Pa. 


Howeth,    Minnie    E.,    4001    Dorchester    Road,    Baltimore,    Md. 

Hoy,  Marie  S.,  24  Gerraania  Street,  Ashley,  Pa. 

Isaacs,  Florence  A.  (Mrs.  J.  J.  Reid),  602  N.  Dartmouth  Avenue,  Albuquerque, 

N.   M. 
Jones,  Dorothy  G.,  208  Pond  Street,  Taylor,   Pa. 

Jones,   Helen   Elizabeth,   (Mrs.    Davis).   28   Girard  Avenue,    Plymouth,   Pa. 
Kane,  Margsu-et  V.,   243   Locust  Avenue,   Centralia,   Pa. 
Kanjorski,  Anthony  E.,  48  Corner  Hill  &  Spring  Sts.,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 
Keiman.  Phyllis  M.,  615  Main  Street,   Dickson  City,   Pa. 
Keller,  Ethel  M.  cMrs.  Lewis  Long),  1101  Orange  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Keller,  Helen  M.,  222  Maple  Street.   Mifflinburg,  Pa. 

Kimbel,  Alice  C.  (Mrs.  Bruce  E.  Bowman),  587  E.  Fourth  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Krapf,  Oliver  H.   (Rev.),   100  Halleck   Place,  Altoona,   Pa. 
LaFraince,  Rhea  A.  (Mrs.  Ronald  Lee),  Box  87,  Springville,  Pa. 
Laird,  Jessie  F.,  Box  85,  Sonestown,  Pa. 
Lawton,  Sara  Irma   (Mrs.  Maus  N.   Eyer),  Millville,    Pa. 
Lawton,  Lois  E.,  Millville,  Pa. 
Levan,  Harriet  A.,  R.  D.  No.  3,  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Lewis,  Gwendolyn  E.,  620  Walnut  Street,  Freeland,  Pa. 
Lewis,  Mary  Jean  (Mrs.  William  Gregory).   Sonestown,   Pa. 
Lewis,  Marjorie  R.  (Mrs.  Foster  Lewis),  645  N.  Mary  Street,  Lancaster,  Pa. 
Lowry,  Mildred  H.,  515  O'Hara  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 
McCormack,  Grace  E.,  314  N.  Irving  Avenue,   Scranton,   Pa. 
McCormack,  Ruth  E.,  314  N.  Irving  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
McHose,  Alice  Lucille,  679  Grant   Street.   Hazleton,   Pa. 

MacMulIen,  Alice  B.  (Mrs.  N.  W.  Muir).  24  E.  CTiestnut  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Materevicz,   Eleanor  L,  69  Orchard   Street.   Glen   Lyon,    Pa. 
Milazza,  Carmella  G..  838  Shoemaker  Avenue,  West  Wyoming,   Pa. 
MUler,  Russell  F..  1427  W.  Walnut  Street.  Shamokin.  Pa. 
Mohan,   Bernard   E.,   Byrnesville    Street.    Centralia,    Pa. 
Monroe,   Ellen   L.,   318   Keystone   Street.    Peckville.    Pa. 

Mordan,  Blanche  D,  (Mrs.  John  A.  Evert),  Arbutus  Park  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Morgan,    Harold    M.,    Y.M'C.A.,    Milton,    Pa. 

Morgan,  Jeanne  L.  (Mrs.  Albert  Hudson),  220  Bacon,  Jermyn,  Pa. 
Mowery,   Florence   A.,   R.   D.    No.  2,    Nescopeck,   Pa. 
Myers,    Ruth   H.,   507    Emmett    Street,    Scranton,    Pa. 
Njiryauckas,  Mildred  D.,  207  E.  Centre  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 
Omichinski,  Genevie  M.,  73  Orchard  Stret,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 
Oshinsky,  Ramona  H.  (Mrs.  Thomas),  532  Brady  Street,   Renshaw,  Pa. 
Oswald,  Gertrude  E.  (Mrs.  John  Beck),  347  W.  Chocolate  Avenue,  Hershev  Pa. 
Paden,    Nola    E.,   230    E.   Third    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Perch,    Frank    J.    White    Haven,    Pa. 

Peterson.  Edith  H.  (Mrs.  Harrv  J.  Everlv),  119  Ridge  Street,  Taylor,  Pa. 
Piatt,   Helen  S.   (Mrs.   Truman   Greenly),   Millville,   Pa. 
Reichard,   Paul,    Light    Street,    Pa. 
Rekas,   Helen   F.,    1208   First    Avenue,    Berwick.    Pa. 
Rhjnard,  Theron  R.,  805   E.  Third   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 
Richards  Hope  G.,  Elysburg,   Pa. 
Robbins,    Ivor   L.,   Virgil,   N.    Y. 

Roberts,   Lillian   M.,  69  Franklin   Street,   Plymouth,   Pa. 
Romberger,    Pauline    E.,    Pitman,    Pa. 
Rowett,  Alice  M.,  320  Charles  Street,  Luzerne,  Pa. 
Saylor,   Esther  A,,   Beavertown,    Pa. 
Schlauch,   Adam  L.,   Main    Street,    Nuremberg,   Pa. 

Shaw,   Mary    E.    (Mrs.    Eugene    P.    Colver),    18   S.    Main    Street.    Lewistown,    Pa. 
Shovlin,  Mercedes  E.,  223  W.  Third  Street.  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 
Showers,  Verna  Pauline,  31  First  Street.  Milton.  Pa. 

Shultz,  Margaret  N.  (Mrs.  F.  Harrison),  R.  D.  No.  1.  Shickshinny.  Pa. 
Small,   Hazel   M.    (Mrs.   Arthur   Rumble)    Numidia,   Pa. 
Smith,   Catherine   A.,   733   Wyoming  Avenue,   Kingston,   Pa. 
Smith,  Catherine  Hoof  (Mrs.   Garman),   Hummels   Wharf,  Pa. 
Smith,   Helen   J.,   733   N.   Lincoln   Street,   Scranton.    Pa. 
Smith,    Henry    Edmond,    323    Light    Street    Road,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Standish.   Blanche.  319  Hudson   Street,   Forest  City,  Pa. 
Stere,   Calvin   Seymour,   Millville.    Pa. 

Stine,  Ruth  Anna  (Mrs.  David  Lindemuth),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Elysburg.  Pa. 
Sutliff,  Carolyn,  Shickshinny,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Daniel  E.,  188  Summit  Street.  Edwardsville,  Pa. 
VanBuskirk.  Helen  M.,  47  S.  Atherton  Street.  Kingston.  Pa. 
Vollrath,  Mary  A.,  63  E.  Poplar  Street.  W.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 
Wagner,  Myrtle  L  (Mrs.  Fenton  Swartz).  Cowan.  Pa. 
Wagner,  Ruth  L.  (Mrs.  John  H.  Hileman),  Carpenter  St.,  Dushore.  Pa. 
Waiters,  Hazel  M..  Freeburg.  Pa. 

Warman,  Henry  J.,  Clark  University.  Worcester.  Mass. 
Washeleski,  Leo  L..  615  Chestnut  St..  Kulomont.  Pa. 

White,  Alma  E.  (Mrs.  Russell  F.  Todd.  332  E.  Main  St.,  Girardville.  Pa. 
Zeigler,  Virginia  R.  (Mrs.  Raymond  Latsba),  Spring  Glen,  Pa. 
Ziemba,  Estelle  F.,  715  Main  St.,  Simpson.  Pa. 
Zimmerman,  Sarah  C.  (Mrs.  Oliver  E.  Smith,  41"  Fowler  Avenue,  Berwick.  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1933 

Abbett,  Kathryn,  614  Packer  St..  Williamsport.  Pa. 

Abeam,  Mary  C.  (Mrs.  John  Riley),  824  Lindale  Avenue,  Drexel  Hill.  Pa. 

Allen  M.  Bethia,  Alderson,  Pa. 

Allen,  Marjorie  S.  (Mrs.  Carl  Bowman),  137  W.  Third  St..  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Appleman,  Ruth  (Mrs.  H.  Dean  Pealer),  R.  D.  No.  4,  Benton,  Pa. 

Artman,  Charles.  R.  D.  No.  1,  Orangeville,  Pa. 

Artman,  William  Edgar,  213  Main  St..  Veagertown.  Pa. 

Astleford,    Bertha    E.,   654   Locust    St..    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Austin.  Anna,  319  Bennett  St.,  Luzerne,  Pa. 

Bangs,  Donald,  Millville,  Pa. 

Bardo,  Zela  (Mrs.  Donald  Black).  R.  D.  No.  2.  Millville.  Pa. 

Barrall,  Alice  (Mrs.  Hunsinger),  Mulberry  St..  Berwick,  Pa. 

Beagle,  Thomas  H.,  Riverside,  Pa. 

Beishline,  Samuel  D.,  Huntington  Mills.  Pa. 

Belles.  Mabel,  70  Gulp  St..  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Benscoter,    Eleanor   E.    (Mrs.    W.    S.    McCarroll)    Box  378.   R.    D.    No.    1,   Hunlock 

Crt-ck.  Pa. 
Beminger,  Howard  R.,  Mifflinville,  Pa. 
Berriman,  Martha  E.,  226  Railroad  St..  Muncy,  Pa. 

Betterly,  Mary  E.  (Mrs.  Kenneth  A.  Maiers),  2725  S.  Buchanan  St..  Arlington.  Pa. 
Bitetti,  Lucy  F.,  '^.^6  Center  St..  Freeland,  Pa. 
Bittenbender,  James  R.,  Broad  St.,  East  Brady.  Pa 
Bixler,  Homer  S.,  1111  W.  Walnut  St.,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Bixler,  Mildred  P.,  12  S.  Fourth  St.,  Shamokin.  Pa. 
Bohr,  Edward  P..  R.  D.  No.  2.  Box  176,  Shamokin.  Pa. 
Borsi,  Tosca  M.  (Mrs.  Giannini),  945  Shoemaker  Ave.,  Wyonvng,  Pa. 
Boyle,  Elizabeth  T.  (Mrs.  John  Church).  143  W.  First  St.,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Brisiin,  Louise  K.,  360  Miller  St..  Luzerne,  Pa 
Brueckmann,  J.  George,  133  E.  Walnut  St..  Kingston.  Pa. 
Buckley,  Mary  L.,  824  Washington  St.,  Freeland,  Pa. 
Burke.    Elynor   G.,   95    William    Street,    Pittston,    Pa. 
Byerly,    Florence    M.    (Mrs.    Hoover),    R.    D.    No.    1,    Herndon,    Pa. 
Byers,  Chester  W.,  llth  and  King  Sts..  Northumberland,  Pa. 
Carl,   Mary   M.,   109   Bloom    Street,    Danville,    Pa. 

Carroll,   Anthony    F.,   230   E.    Fourth   Street,    Beaverdale.   Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 
Chapman,  Helen  M.  (Mrs.  R.  J.  Berkheiser),  328  Locust  Avenue,  Centralia,  Pa. 
Connors,   Dorothy  A.,   Jefldo,   Pa. 
Cox,    Charles    N.,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Creveling,   Edna   G.    (Mrs.    Whipple),  374   Broadway,  Hughesville,   Pa. 

Criswell,   Dorothy  A.   (Mrs,   Fred    E.   Johnson),   Mazeppa,   Pa. 

Cuthbert,    Berenice    E.    (Mrs.    Etfert),    502   Avenue    F.,    Riverside,    Pa. 

Danowsky,  Harold  M.,  R.   D.   No.  3,   Lewisburg,   Pa. 

Davis,   Ethel   M.   (Mrs.   Hummel),   Shumans,   Pa. 

Dean,   Rita  A.,   1244   West   Coal   Street,   Shenandoah,   Pa. 

DeFrain,   Marion   (Mrs.   Harold   Danowsky),   R.   D.    No.  3,   Lewisburg,   Pa. 

Donaldson,  Margaret  E.,  121  Academy   Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Drennan,  John  J.,  148  South  Main,  Carbondale,  Pa. 

Early,    John    A.,    Avondale    Hill,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Edwards,    Inez,    E.    (Mrs.    Fred    T.    Aten),    Mifflinville,    I»a. 

Evans,  Frances  L.  (Mrs.  Robert  B.  Parker),  224  W.  Passaic  Ave..  Bloomfield.  Pa. 

Evans,   Ralph   F.,   34  Airy   Street,   Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Fisher,  Sarah  E.  (Mrs.  W.  F.  Schrey),  R.  D.  No.  2,  Selinsgrove,  Pa. 

Fowler,    Fred  W.,    Espy,    Pa. 

Fowler,  Ruth  P.,  205  Jackson  Street,  Berwick,   Pa. 

Furman,  Helen  E.  (Mrs.  Bence),  Box  282,  Center  Moriches,  L.  L,  N.  Y. 

Furman,   Mary   E.,   R.    D.    No.    1,    Northumberland,   Pa. 

Gass,   Larue   E.,    Paxinos,    Pa. 

Gearheart,  Anna  M.  (Mrs.  Herbert  Wise).  Berwick,  Pa. 

Gemberling,  Violet  C.  (Mrs.  Samuel  S.  Shirk),  Hartleton,  Pa. 

Giajinini,    Alda    M.,   812   Shoemaker,   West   Wyoming,    Pa. 

Gilmore,    Dorothy   E.    (Mrs.   James    Lovell),   414   N.    E.    92nd    Place,    Portland    16, 

Good.  June  R.,  27  S.  Turbot  Avenue,  Milton,  Pa. 
Griffith,  Dilys  E.,  356  Church  Street,  Slatington,  Pa. 
Griffiths,  Thomas  J.,  300  E.  Union  Street,  West  Chester,  Pa. 
Halkowicz,    Pearl   L.,    108-10   Girard    Street,    Atlas,    Pa. 
Harris,    Naomi   R.,    1510  Schooley   Avenue,    Exeter,    Pa. 
Harrison,    Arthur   H.,    R.    D.    No.    2,    Dallas,    Pa. 
Hartman,    Thomas   G.,    132    E.    Seventh    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Hartman,    Vida   H.    (Mrs.    Harvey),   343    Miller   Avenue,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Hartzel,  James  W.,  4113   Derry   Street,  Harrisburg,   Pa. 
Hausch,   Adelaide  C,   Noxen,   Pa. 
Heiser,   Evelyn   M..   Mt.   Pleasant   Mills,   Pa. 
Heller,    Dorothy    N.,    Fern   Glen,    Pa. 

Hensley,    Charles    F.,    127    Madison    Avenue,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Hidlay,  Clarissa  B.,  421  W.  Second  Street,  Berwick,   Pa. 

Higgins,  Nan,  C.  (Mrs.  Edgar  P.  Buckley),  211  N.  George  Street,  Pottsville,  Pa. 
Hinckley,    James   L.,   415    E.    Fair    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Hirsch,    Irene   E.,   242   W.   Broad   Street,   Tamaqua,   Pa. 
Homiak,  Anna  M.,  337  Webster  Avenue,  Rainshaw,  Pa. 
Houser,   Creda   Florence,   Market   Street,   Sheppton,   Pa. 
Hower.    Wilbur    L.,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Hummel,    Bessie   M.,    (Mrs.    Elwood    Stahl),    209   Fourth    Avenue,    Burnham,    Pa. 
Jackson,  Ruth  L.  (Mrs.  W.  K.  Richards),  62  Oakwood  Blvd..  Poughkeepsie.  N.Y. 
Jenkins,   Iva  C.   (Mrs.   Harvard   Newton),  36  E.   Main  Street,   Galeton.   Pa. 
Jenkins,  Mary  L.   (Mrs.   .Samuel   M.   Zook),   Route   No.   1,   Bareville,   Pa. 
Jones,    Aldwin   D.,   1404   Washburn   Street,   Scranton,    Pa 
Jones.    Marjorie    L.,    Wapwallopen.    Pa. 
Keefer,    Eugene    M..    Sehnsgrove.    Pa. 

Kelley.  Laura  G.  (Mrs.  Harold  E.  Bollinger),  244  Water  Street,  Northumberland 
Kingsbury,   Sheldon   C,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Lachowicz,  Martha  M„  248  West  Third   Street,   Mt.  Carmel.   Pa. 
Kreischer.  Catharine  C,  210  East   13th   Street,   Berwick.   Pa. 
Lamoreaux.    Edna   A.,    (Mrs.    Karl   .Albertson).    R.    D.    No.    2,   Berwick,    Pa. 
Landis,  Emily  (Mrs.  Paul  Sopewsky).  1266  Thomastown  Ave..  Waterbury,  Conn. 
Laubach,  Lois  (Mrs.  James  C.   Webster),  609  Shakespeare  Avenue,  Milton,  Pa. 
Lawson,    Lois,    644    East    Third    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Leiser,  Anna  Mary   (Mrs.   Stanley  H.   Ritter),  57  Locust   Street,  Milton,   Pa. 
Lesser,  Ruth,  <J3n  Schuabe  Street.  Freeland,  Pa. 

Letterman,    Willliam   E.,   410   East    Fourth  Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Lewis,  Dorothy  L.   (Mrs.    Donald  L.   Rice),  207  Washington   Street,   Masontown 
Lewis,  John.  ^Iinersville,  Pa. 

Liptzer,   Maurice,  4540  Trumball  Avenue,   Detroit,   Mich. 
McCawley,  Mary   (Mrs.  Paul  \'.  Ryan),   Exeter,   Pa. 
McDonnell,    Helen.    324    Main    Street.    Locust    Gap,    Pa. 
McGinley,    Anne    (Mrs.   John   Wealony).    E.   Wood   Street,   Centralia,   Pa. 
McHugh,   John,    514   Depot    Street,   Scranton.    Pa. 

Malkames,  Emily  lilrs.  Howard  A.  Markle),  901  Thompson  Street.  Jersey  Shore 
Maloney.   Mary   V.,  82  West   End   Street,   Lost   Creek.   Pa. 
Mantz,   Mae   (Mrs.   Amos   F.   Kreiss).   R.   D.   No.   1,   Slatington,   Pa. 
Marr,    Martha    (Mrs.    Karns).    Stillwater,    Pa. 
Mangas,  Calvin,  R.  D.  No.  3,  Watsontown,  Pa. 
Middlesworth,  Lena   (Mrs.   Albin   Zimliki),  Troxelville,   Pa. 
Miller.  Amos,   142S  Walnut  Street.   Shamokin,   Pa. 
Monaghan,    Anne,    Industrial    Home    School,    2453    Wisconsin    Avenue,    N.    W., 

W^(>]i  ,    DC. 
Morgan.   Robert,  262  Gardner  Street.  Plymouth,  Pa. 
Moyer,  Mary,  410  Arch  Street,  Milton.   Pa. 

Musgrave,   Claire    (Mrs.    Porter),    Market   Street.    Sheppton,    Pa. 
Naples,  Mary  (Mrs.  Minichells).  Wyom'ne:  Avenue.  W.  Pittston.  Pa. 
Neiss,   Martina   (Mrs.   Marty   Moran).   400  High   Street,   Ashland.    Pa. 
Newman.   Phyllis   (Mrs.   W.   Albertini),    129   S.    Hickory    Street,   Mt.    Carmel,   Pa. 
Clash,    Matilda,   362    Walnut    Street,    Luzerne,    Pa. 
Osborne,   Charlotte   (Mrs.   Benedict   Stein).   Churchville,   N.  Y. 
Parker.  Robert,  224  W.   Passaic  Avenue,   Bloomfield,   N.   J. 
Parr.  Allen.  Mifflinville.  Pa. 

Partridge,  Marguerete,  Market  Street,  Trevorton,  Pa. 
Paulus,  Charles,  Ka=;ka,  Pa. 

Petrilia,   Stephen  Thomas,  Box  19.  Hazle  Brook,   Pa 
Potson,  Andrew,  16  Froble  Street,  Simpson,  Pa. 
Potter,  Lenore.  605  Bryant  Street,  Reading.  Pa. 
Pyle.  Marion,  327  Dean  Street,  West  Chester.  Pa. 
Cuirk,  Catharine,  17  Main  Street,  Locust  Gan.  Pa. 
Radel.  Grace  (Mrs.  Byron  Hartman),  R.  D.  No.  3.  Sunbury.  Pa. 
Rembis,  Anna,  64^<  Miner  Street.  Hudson.  Pa. 
Roberts,  Kenneth,  R.  D.  No.  4.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Rough.  Isabell,  124-A  W.  Second  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Sacus,  Samuel,  508  Main  Street.  Ranshaw.  Pa. 

Sandbrook.  Margaret  (Mrs.  Kenneth  E.  Bristol),  Bryden  Drive.  Akron.  Ohio 
Schild,  Dorothy,  501  W.  Taylor  Street.  Taylor,  Pa. 
Shipman,  Louise,  Route  No.  1.  Sunbury,  Pa 
Sites,  Margaret,  3  Luzerne  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 
Smith,  Evelyn  (Mrs.  Samuel  D.  Haven),  R.  D.  No.  1.  Weatherly,  Pa. 
Stabl,  Mary.  Riverview.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Strein,  Gertrude  C.  (Mrs.  Merwvn  Howells),  716  S.  Main  Street,  Taylor,  Pa. 
Strouse.  William  G.,  R.  D.  No.  1,  Turbotville,  Pa. 
Strunk,  Catherine  C.  (Mrs.  C.  V.  Snyder).  Box  88.  Pitman,  Pa. 
Stryjak,  Raymond.  218  W.  Ridge  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 
Stush.  John  J..  61  Third  Street.  Plymouth.  Pa. 

Swalinski.  Aleksander  J.,  c/o  Pennsylvania  State  Police,  York.  Pa. 
Styer,  Harriet  A.  (Mrs.  Ariel  C.  Boop),  526  Center  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Thomas.  Emma  J.,  213  Gardner  Street.  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Timbrel!.  John  O.,  Hg.  2nd  Bn..  IlOth  Regt.,  28th  Div.,  Camp  Atterbury.  Ind. 
Troy,  Clair  E.,  Nuremberg.  Pa. 

Wagner.  Anna  E.  (Mrs.  Arthur  Kramer),  Catawi*^sa.  Pa. 
Wagner.   Emily  D.,  619   W.    Eighth   Street,   Hazleton.    Pa. 
Wary,  Amelia  A.  (Mrs.  W.  E.  Higgins),  411  Packer  Street,  Shamokm,  Pa. 


Watkins,  Warren  W.,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Wildoner,  Mary  Louise  (Mrs.  E.  W.  Fisher),  114  Parke  Stri-ct,  VV.  Pltt!.toii,  Pa. 

Williams,  Sarah  Arline,  3S  Miner  .Street,  Hudson.  Pa. 

Worrall,  Grace,  /111  Cherry  Street,  Slianiokin,  Pa. 

Wright,  Anna  Mae,  -Nichulson.   Pa. 

Yozviak,  Leo  V.,  .11  Main  Road.  Buttonwood,  Wilkes-Uarre,  Pa. 

Ziegler,  Mrs.  Margaret  Houze,  Sug:irloaf,  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1934 

Bach,  Genevieve  I.,  -M  .\Iullnri  v  .Street,  Atlas,  V:i. 

Baker,  Paul  J.,  .il7  E.  Broad  Street,  West  Hazclton.  Pa. 

Bakcy.  Gladys  L.  (Mrs.  Thomas  Davis),  .1306  Highland  Park,  N.  W.,  Wa^hln^!t.ln 

8.  1).   I', 
Balchunas,  Leonard,  1016  E.  Chestitul  Street,  Shamoktn,  Pa. 
Ballamy,  Marion  E.,  412  \V.  Fourth  .Street,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 
Barba.  Thalia  L.,  1,^15  Marion  Street,  Serantoii,  Pa. 

Bayliff,  Nora  M.  (.Mrs.  Anthony  .Markunas).  Island  Park,  .Northumberland,  Pa. 
Beck,   Rachel   D.   (Mrs.   Kenneth   Malick),   1017   E.   Market  Street,  Sunlniry,   I'a. 
Blain,  Arden  H.,  Lower  Chaneefonl  Schools,  Woodbine,  Pa. 
Blaine,  Margaret  E.  (Mrs.  Donald  C.  Cooper),  Main  Street,  Turbotville,  Pa. 
Bodnar,  Stephen  G.,  .Market  Street,  Tresckow,  Pa. 
Bonshock,  Thelma  D.,  1527  Pulaski  Avenue,  Shamokin.  Pa. 
Boylan,   James   A.,    .Main   Street,    Locust    Gap,    Pa 

Boylan,  John  L,  "J  .Si)ringside  Street,  Locust  Gap,  Pa. 
Briesch,    Rebecca    M.    (Mrs.    Cllatnberlain),    Ringtown 


Breya,  Anna  M.,  47  W.  Sixth  Street.  Wyoming,  Pa. 

Brock,  Paul,  (.47  Park  .Street,  Hoiiesdale.  Pa. 

Buranich,  Irene,  R.  D.  No.  2.  Clarks  Summit,  Pa. 

Creasy,  William  T.,   Park  and   Hillmeville  Ave.,   R.  2.   Marshall  .\pts..   l.anMhonie 

Chesney,  Walter  S.,  .!10  \V.  .\venue,  Mt.  Caimel,  Pa. 

Conrad,  Roberta  C,  (vi8  Queen  .Street.  Nothumberland,  Pa. 

Crispell,  Letha  M.  (.Mrs.   Francis  Schanck),  Noxen,  Pa. 

Garwood,  Bemice  J.  (.\Ir>.  Keitliltne),  10  .Susquehanna  .\venue,  Shickshinny,  Pa. 

Czamecki,  Felicia  M.,  78  F.  .M.iin  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Dagnell,  Esther  E.,  118  W.  Second  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Davis,  Albert  R.,  Tillbury  Terrace,  \V.   Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Deane,  Mercedes  I.  (.Mrs.  .McDermnlt),  4848  North  Bouries  Street,  PWla.  11,  Pa. 

DeWald,   Mary    (Mrs.    Robert  A.   Elder),  411   Tinsman  Avenue.   Williamsport,   Pa. 

Dixon,  Rose  A.,  Lost  Creek,  Pa. 

Doyle,  Edward  p.,  Box  259,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Dutchak,  Longina  Y.,  922  Pine  .Street,  .Scranton,  Pa. 

Edwards,  Anna  A..  114  E.  Oak  Street,  FracWville,  Pa. 

Edwards,  Maude  Mae  (Mrs.  Howard   Eldridge),  909  Ohio  Avenue,  Corpus  Chrfsti, 

Ellis,  Robert  T.,  Locust  Avenue,  Centralia,  Pa. 
Engle,  Marion  M.,  Nureml>erg,  Pa, 

Eroh,  Miriam  G.  (Mrs.  Roger  Hatch),  821  E.  Third  Street.  Nescopcck,  Pa. 
Evangelista,    Lawrence    C,    572    Hayes    Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Evans.   Esther   I.Mrs.    I.    D.    McFadden),   137  S.    Pine   Street.   Hazleton,    Pa. 
Eyer,  Jean  Mae  (.Mrs.  W.  C.  Bredbenner,  Jr.),  232  E.  Eighth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Fagley.  Mary  H.,  38  S.  Hickory  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 
Ficca,  Agatha  J.,  243  W.  Saylor  Street,  Atlas,  Pa. 
Foote,  Grace  E.  (Mrs.  J.  Conner),  433  East  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Fries,  Evelyn  R.,  1037  \\'heeler  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 
Garrison,  Blanche  M.,  911   Mulberry  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Gennaria,  James  A.,  235  W.  Fourth  .Street.  Bloomsburg,  F*a. 
Giger,  Irene  (Mrs.  James  .Millroy),  116  North  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Gribben,  Joseph,  2019  Huntington  Street,  Bethlehem,  Pa. 
Groody,  Mary  M.,  Lost  Creek,  Pa. 
Hartline,  Florence  S.,  Box  93,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Hartman,  Elwood  H.,  615  Mohawk  Avenue,  Norwood,  Pa. 
Harvey,  Charles  Reynold,  Huntington  Mills,  Pa. 
Hawk,  Margaret  M.  (.Mr-:.  R.  W.  Carls).  Wysox,  Pa. 
Hawk,  Robert  A.,  Bear  Creek.   Pa. 

Henry,  Lorraine  W.  (Mrs.  Charles  Rishel),  Pottsgrove,  Pa. 
Herman,  Alice  M.,  Be.'i\er  Springs,  Pa. 

Hewitt,  Dorothy  M.,  232  Washington  Street,  Pittston,  Pa. 
Hinkle,   Marion   E.   (Mrs.   C.    F.   Cristopher).  Gadsden,   .Ma. 
Houser,  Helen,  Ringtown.  Pa. 

Houser,  Pauline  M.,  223  .Noith  Third  Street.  Catawissa.  Pa. 
Hudock,  Frank,  98  S.  Wyoming  .Street,  Hazelton,  Pa. 
Hummel,  Agnes  M.,  Kreamer,  Pa. 

Hutton,  Robert  M.,  158  Ridge  Avenue.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Jaffin.  Fred  T.,  315  Rosemary  .Avenue.  .Ambler.  Penna. 
James,  Sarah  E.,  32  N.  Gate  Street,  Kingston.  Pa. 
Johnson,  Dorothy  K..  1701  Spring  Garden,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Kane,  Mary  M.,  139  Locust  Avenue,  Centralia,  Pa. 
Karnes,  James  E.,  Espy,  Pa. 

Kealy,  Alice  M.  (Mrs.  Cletus  Covne),  Main  Street.  Locust  Gap,  Pa. 
Keefer,  Edith  C.  (Mrs.  Hartmani,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Danville,  Pa. 
Keeler,  Ronald  F.,  Nevis,  Minn. 
Kehler,  Deborah  H.,  Locust  Dale,  Pa. 
Kelly,  James  J.,  37  Plvmouth  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 
Kilker,  Patrick  J.,  Lost  Creek,  Pa. 

Klingerman,  Eleanor  E.  (Mrs.  Mack  Johnson).  Orangeville,  Pa. 
Knerr,  Arthur  J.,  Ellenville.  N.  V. 

Knorr,  J.  Wesley,  203  W.  Third  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Kokora,  Julia  D.,  Mocanaqua.  Pa. 
Koropchak,  Roman  D.,  100  Girard  Street,  Atlas,  Pa. 
Kreitzer,  Howard  M.,  250  Burmont  Road.  Drexel  Hill.  Pa. 
Krepich,  Ivan  J.,  <  (range  Co.  Community  College,  Middletown,  N.  Y. 
Laird,  Olwyn  K.,  R.  I).  No.  1,  .\luncy    Pa. 

Langan.  Mary  C.  (.Mrs.  .Spence),  102  (I'hurch  Street,  Jessup.  Pa. 
Lentz,  Sarah  E.  (Mrs.  T.  F.  Eynon,  Jr.),  P.  O.  Box  189,  Waverly,  Pa. 
Lewis,  Jane  E.,  169  Reynold  .Street,  I'lynlouth,  Pa. 
Losch.  Miriam  F.,  Riclitield.  Pa. 
McAlla,  Majorie,  ClifY..v.i.   la. 

McCracken,  Ralph  A.,  202  Oarhart  Street,  Riverside,  Pa. 
McEmeany,  .loseph  J.,  New  Albany,  P.i. 
McGlynn,  Catherine  B.,  Jeanesville.  Pa. 
Malone,  Daniel  J.,  146  Wood  .Street,  Cumbola,  Pa. 
Markovich,  Josephine  A.,  R.  I).  No.  1.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Marshman,  Althine  R.  (Mrs.  .\.  R.  ,\deyl,  547  Grant  Street,  Hazelton,  Pa. 
Meade.  Margaret  R.,  164  Searle  .Street,  Pittston,  Pa. 
Menapace,  Richard  S.,  210  W.  Girard  .Street.  Atlas.  Pa. 
Miller,  Alfred  H.,  K.   D.  No.  1,  Catawissa.  Pa. 
Miller,  I.  Kerr,  1212  High  Street,  Williamsimrt,  Pa. 
Minier,  Helen  E.  (Mrs.   Fought),  R.  D.  No.  1,  Millyille    Pa. 
Moran,  Margaret  T.,  437  W,   Main  Street,  flirardville.  Pa. 
Nejako,  Zicrmund  B.,  Shickshinny,  Pa. 

Nelson,  Clifford  A.,  452  E.  Beaser  Avenue,  State  College,  Pa. 
Northup,  Anna  I.  (Mrs.  Morris  .A.  Clreene),  .Apt.  406,  2.i31  Cathedral  Ave.,  N.  W.. 

Wash,.   1).  C, 
O'Hora.  Margaret  M.,  319  Ward  Street,  Dunmore,  Pa. 
Partridge,  John  W.,  iM7  Westfield  Avenue,  Merchantville.  N.  J. 
Phillips,  Dorothy  Jane,  Chincilla,  Pa. 

Phillips,  Dorothy  M.,  Eighth  and  Center  Streets,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Phillips,  Jean  A..  1105  N.  Locust  Street,  Scranton  4,  Pa. 
Pregmon,  Olga,  K,  D,  No.  1.  Clarks  Summit.  Pa. 

Quick,  Mildred  M.,  126  Mid<lle  Street,  Ashland,  Pa. 

Reiner,  Erma  M.,  Pitman.  Pa. 

Reisenweaver,  Janet  R.  (Mrs.  William  Stahr),  Drums,  Pa. 

Richards,  Joseph,  384  Chestnut  Street,  Warrior  Run,  Pa. 

Rishe,  Maryruth  (Mrs.  Louis  Buckalew,  Jr.),  629  Catherine  St.,  Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Ritter,  Gladys  A.  (Mrs.  Albert  Croman),  Drums,  Pa. 

Roan,  Arden  B.,  Box  122,  Espy,  Pa. 

Robenolt,  Lillian  (  Mrs.  Irvin  Coldren,  Jr.),  420  Tioga  Street,  York,  Penna. 

Rovenolt,  Nevin  W.,  Broadway,  Turbotville,  Pa. 

Rowland,  Robert  J.,  4(M  K.   Pleasant  Street,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rubright,  Phyllis,  W.,  Kra.kville,  Pa. 

Runyan,  Dorothy  G.,  305  W.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Savage,  Pearl  L.,  204  E.  Fourteenth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Scheib,  Irvin  P.,  K.  D.  No.  1,  Box  113,  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Schnure,  Sarah  E.  (Mrs.  Samuel  W.  Mack),  Pottsgrove,  Pa. 

Schraeder,  Bolish  C,  .58  Archard  Street,  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Semic,  Dorothy  A.,  2.503  S.  Fourth  Street,  Steelton,  Pa. 

Shantz,  Mary  E.,  42  Italy  Street,  Mocanaqua,  Pa. 

Shellenberger,  John  P.,  Room  6,  Post  Office,  Florence,  S.  C. 

Shiner,  Mildred  M.  (Mrs.  Levan).  425  W.  Fifth  Street.  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Singelmann,  Clara  M.,  bSO  Rock  Street,  Pittston,  Penna. 

Turse,  Rex  N.,  .Nortbundicrland.  Pa. 

Sonnenberg,  Fred  R.,  3(<  Woodburv  Street,  Wilkes- Barre,  Pa. 

Steele,  Basil  V.,  R.  1).  No.  1,  Sweet  Valley,  Pa. 

Sutliff,  Harriet  E.  (Mrs.  Harold  H.  Herr),  422  S.  Railroad  Street,  Plamyra,  Pa. 

Swartwood,  Grace  P.  (Mrs.  .Arnold  Einbleton).  27  Stanton  Street,  VV.  Pittston,  Pa. 

Valente,  Ernest  J.,  597  Carson  Street.  Hazelton,  Pa. 

Vandling.  Alfred  L.,  Apt.  116  Jericho  Manor,  Jenkmtown.  Pa. 

Van  Sickle,  Robert  H.,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Veale,  Ellen  L.,  319  E.  F:im  Street.  Hazelton,  Pa. 

Wcnner,  Gladys  M.,  235  E.  Sixth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Wertman,  Kathryn  M.  (Mrs.  Roy  W.  Moltz).  208  Penna.  Ave.,  Watsontown,  Pa. 

West,    Albert    T.,    71    .Ashley    Street,    .Ashley,    Pa. 

Williams,  Jane  S..  12  Rice  Avenue,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Williams,  Ruth  V.  (Mrs.  W.  H.  Young),  30  S.  Regent  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Williard,   Carrie    A.,    Ilarndon,    Pa. 

Wilt,  Violet  v.,  R.  D.  No.  1,  McAHsterville,  Pa. 

Wolfe,  Margaret  A.,  3.s0  Walnut   Street.   Sunbury,   Pa. 

Woolcock,  Gerald  M.,  R.   D.,  Millville,   Pa. 

Yale,  Kathryn  E.  (Mrs.  Ed  Graham)    348  E.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Young,    William    H.,    .fO   S.    Regnt    Street,    Wilkes- Harre,    Pa. 

Zavarich,   John,    1710   R.    R.    Street,    .Shamokin.    Pa. 

Zukauskas,    Ella   E.    (Mrs.    Wharton),    105    S.    Mill   Street,    St.    Clair,    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1935 

Ackerman,   Mrs.   Laureen  M.,    Nuremberg.    Pa. 

Anderson,   Ellen  C,  4  S.  Tenth   Street,   Reading,   Pa. 

Banghart,    Lee    W.,    425    E.    Eleventh    Street,    Berwick.    I'a. 

Beck,   John  T.    East    End   Apts.,   Caracas   .Avenue,    Hcrshey,    Pa. 

Blackburn,  Charles  £.,  13  E    Main  Street,  Wanamic,  Pa. 

Bredbenner,  Thelma  A.  (Mrs.  Cyril  Menges),  268  N.   Eighth  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Brewington,   Woodrow   G.,   Third    Street,    Benton,    Pa. 

Conte,   Anthony   E.,  32}  John  Street,   Elizabeth,   N.  J. 

Creasy,   Edwin  R.,   Dallas,   Pa. 

Culp,  Helen  I.  (Mrs.  Keiner).  507  S.  River  St..  Wilkes- Barre,   Pa. 

Davis,   Thomas  F.,   1445  Ogden   Street,   N.   W.   Washington.    DC. 

Deppe,   Mildred    E.    (Mrs.    Roderick   Hines),    Berwick,   247   Warren   Street,   Pa. 

Deppen,    John    S.,    Trevorton,    Pa. 

Fauth,    Howard    E.,   211    Lombardi    Circle.    Lewistown.    I'a. 

Ficca,   Sylvester  C,    15   Front    Street,   .Atlas,    Pa. 

Flanagan,  Ruth   R.,   142   High   Street,   Plymouth,    Pa. 

Ford,   Mildred   M.    (Mrs.    Rakocy),    400    Chestnut    Street,    Kulpmont,    Pa. 

Foster,   Dorothy   Lane,  3.S4  Westminster  Road,   Brooklyn,   N.  Y. 

Foust,   David  W.,  R.   D.   No.   2,   Danville,   Pa. 

Foust,  Louretta   (Mrs.   Lenard   Baker).  25  N.   Summit   Street,  Lock  Haven,   Pa. 

Frederick,   Irene  L.,   Route   No.   1    Milton,    Pa. 

Frey.    Helen    I.    (Mrs.    M.    L.    Markley).   900    Highland    Ave.,    Palmyra.    N.    J. 

Gilmore,  Euohenia  (Mrs.   John  A'eager),  587  Wilbur  Courts,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Golder,  Rosebud  L.  (Mrs.  William  Ungemach).  1740  Franklin  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Cress,  John  J.,  426  E.   67th   Street.  .Apt. -25,   New   York   21.   N.   Y. 

Harter,  Ceroid  C,  Holmes,  Pa.  .  „      ^^      ».        , 

Hartman,    Helen    (Mrs.    S.     I.    Cimbala).    116    Norrington    Drive.     R.     D.    No.    I, 

l.ibrarv.    I'.i. 
Hayes,   Albert   A.,   Berwick,   R.    D.    No.   2,    Pa. 
Heimbach,  Stanley  P.,  1426  N.   14th  Street,   Reading,   Pa. 
Henrie,    Harold    C,    232    Eighth    Street,    New    Cumberland,    Pa. 
Hochberg,  Charlotte  A.  (Mrs.   Elmer  J.  McKechnie),  307  E.  S'A  St.,  Berwick,   Pa. 
Hollenbaugh,    Mildred    (Mrs.    Thompson),    212    Olive    .Avenue,    Girard,    Pa. 
Hower,   Donald   C,    Riverside   .Apt.   3,    Pennsgrove.    N.    I. 

James,    Elvira   J.    (Mrs.    S.    Stamulonis),   25   N.    Jardin    St..    Shenandoah,    Pa. 
Kealy,    Annie   R.,   200    E.    Center    Street,    Centralia,    Pa. 
Kelly,   Rostland,  342  E.   Seventh   Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Kitchener,    Rosina,    164    Girard    Avenue,    Plymouth,    Pa. 
Krauss,  Sam,  .100   E.   Water  Street.    Lock   Haven.    Pa. 

LaBrutto,  Santini  F.  (Mrs.  .Anthony  E.  Conte).  323  John  Street,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 
McCann,   Anna   B.,    1616   N.   Webster  Avenue,   .Scranton,    Pa. 
McKechnie,    Elmer  J.,   ,TO7   E.   5'A    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 
Makowski,    Albert    A..    1849    21    Street.    Wyandotte,    Mich. 
Marchetti.   Florence   E.,   1062   Chestnut    Street.    Kulpmont,    Pa. 
Meixell,    Fae,    (Mrs.    Robert    L.    Diseroat),   242    West    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Mendenhall,    Eunora    B.,    Benton,    Pa. 

Mensch,  Catherine  A.,  521   Shuman  Street,  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Mericle,   Veda  K.    (Mrs.    Stanley   Stewart),   Catawissa,   Pa. 
Merrill,   Helen  H.,  Lightstreet.  Pa. 

Miller,   Lucille    (Mrs.    Mark    E.    Peifer),    Mivvlinville.    Box    77,    Pa. 
Miller,   Mary    E.,    Centralia,    Pa. 
Morgan,    Forrest    P.,   Trevorton,    Pa. 

Moyer,    Erma   M.    (Mrs.    Walter   .Angstadtl.   34    N.    First    Street.    I.ewisburg.    Pa. 
Myers,    Naomi   M.,    146   N.    Charles   Street,    Red    Lion,    Pa. 
Novak,    Bruno    A.,   ,504    Brisbin    Street,    Houtzdale,    Pa. 
Pennica,    Camilla   K.,    208   Amity    Street,    Elizabeth,    N.    J. 
Oxford.    Mabel    (Mrs.    Heckler    Melvin),    118    Chestnut    Parkway.    Garden    City, 

Cli,-lcr.    l\i. 
Peferman,   Roy   C,   1197  Penn   Street,   Williamsport,  Pa. 
Pfciffer,  Adeline  M.,  >lain  Street,  Mucny,  Pa. 

Prokopchak,    Michael,    249    Fairmont    .Avenue.    Newark    3.    N.    1. 
Quieley.   Anne  M.   fMrs.   Sam  Green).  45   N.   Oteslnut   S'reet.   Mt.   Carmel.    Pa. 
Reed.    William    I.,    223    W.    Fourth    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Ruckle,  Donald  A..  326  Short  Street,  Trafford  City.   Pa. 

Row,   Elizabeth    (Mrs.   William   Reed),   223   W.    Fourth   Street,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Schell,  Laura  B.  (Mrs.  Ray  Schell),  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Sell,    Francis    D.,    Bovertown,    Pa. 
Shakofski,    Anthony,    Pearl   River,    N.    V. 

Slater.    Clarence    S.,    Senior    llieh    School,    .Atl.intic    City.    N.    J. 
Steinhart,  Mrs.  Hannah.  16  E.  Eighth  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Thomas,  Charles  Glenn,  R.  D.  No.  5.  Danville.   Pa. 
Vanderslice,   Clara   C,    Box   .W,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Van  Sickle,  George  W.,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Catawissa,  Pa. 


Wagner,  Edna  M.,  (Mrs.  Donald  Stevens.  506  E.  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Wosheleski,    Walter,  50  Frable   Street,   Simpson.   Pa. 

Whitenight,  Theodore  S.,  82   Knapp  Avenue,    Bloomsbnrg,   Pa. 

Wogcik,    Marvin    G.,    20    South    Street,    Manville,    N.    J. 

Yeany,    Louise   C.    (.Mrs.    p.    K.    Bittenbender p.    4.M1    Spruce    Street,    Pilila.,    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1936 

Abbott,   Robert   D.,   50   Brookside  Avenue,   Somerville,    N.   J. 

Auten,   Mildred   E.,   R.   D.   No.    1,   Danvdle,    Pa. 

Bankes.  Elmira,  403  E.  Fourth  Street,  Bloonisburg,  Pa. 

Baum,   Edward   Henry,   Nuremberg,    Pa. 

Bevilacqua,  Howard  P.,  R.   D.  No.   1.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Bianco,   Peter,  14(i  Railroad  Street,  Glen  Lyon,   Pa. 

Brobst,    Kathryn    E.    (Mrs.    Paul    L.    Hartman),    Poplar    Street,    Towanda,    Pa. 

Brown,  Violet  V.  (.Mrs.  Hassell),  liiOO  Vardley   Road,  iMorrisville,  Pa. 

Campbell.    Evelyn    B.,   335    W.    Fourth    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Cohen,    Samuel,    25    J\an>on    Street,    Forty    Fort,    Pa. 

Cobb,  Bernard  J.  ( Kalchin^ky ),  Coughlitl  High  School,  W'ilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Denn,   Mary   Jane  Matthews   (Mrs.),   Drums.   Pa. 

Dermody,    Gertrude    E.,    65    Calhoun.    Torrington.    Conn. 

Dixon.  Joseph,  444  E.  Chestnut  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Fink,   Mary   Jane   (Mrs.    Frederick    .McCutchin),   446    Brookhurst    Avenue,   Nar- 

bcrth,    Pa. 
Garrity,    Francis,   362   Ivy    Lane,    Englewood,    N.    .T. 
George,  Anna  S.,  20  Alexander  Street,   Wilkes- Barre,   Pa. 
Gillespie,   Anna   M.,   210   S.    Locust   Avenue,   C'entralia.    Pa. 
Gordon,    Mabel    Swineford,   249   Market    Street.    Sunbury,    Pa. 
Green,   Samuel,   3^3    E.    Front    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Guyer,   Lillian  M.   (Mrs.    Earl   Kershner),    13    Maple   Street,   Marcus   Hook,    Pa. 
Harry,   Mrs.   Alice  Shaffer,   351    Market    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 
Harter,  Betty  L  (.Mrs.  Harold  Wertman).  532  Broad  Street,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 
Heckman,    Phyllis   E.,   204    E.    14th   Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Jenkes,   Helen   L.,  20   Cemetery    Street,    Pittston,    Pa. 
John,  Kathryn  B.   (Mrs.   Charles  S.   Evans),   129  Pine   Street,   Rockville  Center, 

L.L.  N.V. 
Jones,  Danile  J„  Bridgeton  Pike,  Millville,  N.  J. 

Jones,     Vema     E.     (Mrs.     Daniel    J.     Jones).     Bridgeton     Pike,     Millville,     N.J. 
Karshner,    William    A.,    512    Fulton    Street.    Stroudsburg,    Pa. 
Keating,  Florence  E.,  77  N.  Welles  .Avenue.  Kingston,  Pa. 
Kershner,    Earl    Oscar,    13    Maple    Street,    Marcus    Hook,    Pa. 
Kessler,  George  E.,  Center  Street,   Locust   Dale,   Pa. 

Kirticklis,  Matilda  M.,  (Mrs.  John  Kasales).  539  E.  Broad  Street,  Tamaqua,  Pa. 
Kline,  Gilbert  L.,  ni4-a  Haverford  Road,  Crum  Lynne,  Pa. 
Kuhn,   Mary  C.   (.Mrs.   Camera),  69   North   Vine   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 
Litwhiler,    Woodrow   R.,    114    Franklin   .\venue.    \'erona,    N.    J. 
Marcinkavicz,  Stanley  A.,  42o  Webster   Street,    Ranshaw.   Pa. 
Mayer,  Alfred  David,  R.  D.  No.  I,  WilkesBarre,  Pa. 
Mericle,   Mervin   W.,   5811    Merville   Avenue,    Baltimore    15,    Md. 
Merrill,    Kenneth    Charles,    229    Elm    Avenue,    Riverton,    N.    J. 
Morawski,    Vema,    Crum    Lynne,    Pa. 
Nevil,   Leota   A.,   Reservoir   Hill,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Petrilla.   Stephen   J.,    Box    19,    Hazle    Brook.    Pa. 

Piatkawski,    Florence    J.     (Mrs.    Timmes).    825    Main    Street,    Forest    Citv,    Pa. 
Riggs,   Frances   1.    (Mrs.    Bernard   J.    Young),   603   W.   Calhoun   St.,   Macoinb,   Bl. 
Rinard,  Gladys  M.  (Mrs.  Alfred  S.  Ruesch).  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Rompalo,    Frank   A.   41    Mine    Street,    Cumbala,    Pa. 
Schubert,   Margaret   E.,   808   Elizabeth   Avenue,    Lauresdale    Pa. 
Shuman,   Sara    M.    (Mrs.    Norman    E.    Kepley),    141    West    Penn    .\ve.,    Rohesonia 
Thomas,    Marjorie    A.,    367    E.    Green    Street,    Nanticoke,    Pa. 
Thornton,   Andrew  J.,   Simpson,    Pa. 

Turner,   Archibald    Boyd,   63    Robert    Street,    Sheatown,    Nanticoke.    Pa. 
Tumaw,    William    P.,    (^7    Monument    Street,    Wyoming.    Pa. 
Vannauker,    Kathryn    May,    131    E.    Green    Street!    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Vinisky,   Francis  V.,  817   Main   Street,   Simpson,    Pa. 
Visatski,    Joseph,    Merriam    Street,    Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 

Wagner,    Ruth    E.    (Mrs.    Laurence    LeGrandc).    126   Oak    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Waite,   Howard  O.,  621   Juniper  Street,   Quakertown,    Pa. 
Warren,   Frank  P.,  502  Higgens  Street,    Forest  City,   Pa. 
Yeager,    John,    587    Wilbur    Court,    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Young,    Bernard   J.,    603    W.    Calhoun    Street.    Macomb,    III. 
Yurgel,    John,    15    Frank    Street,    Buttenwood.    Wilkes- Barre.    Pa. 

ClASS   OF    1937 

Andreas,   John  L.,   Bloomsburg.    Pa, 

Babb,  Amanda  (Mrs.  Harold  Fegley),  R.   U.   No.   1,  Birdsboro.   Pa. 

Berger,  S.   Maria,   River  Road,   R.   D.   No.  2.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Bemineer,   Dorothy   R.,    Mifflinville.    Pa. 

Border,    Harold   L.,  201    E.    Second    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Brown,   Edward  J.,   506  W.   Third   Street.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Brown,   Glenn  C,  620  W.    Main   Street,   Bloomsburcc,    Pa. 

Camera,  Frank  A.,  69  N.  Vine  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Clemens,   Randall    F.,    1115   Walnut    Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Davis,  Marie  Cordelia   (Mrs.  T.  A.   Davison)  697  N.   Emerson  St.,  Arlington,  Va. 

DeFrank,  Philip  J.,  Center  Street.  Kelayres.  Pa. 

Deily,   G.   Edward,   243    Barton   Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Dixon,    Leon    R.,    ISS    S.    Wyoming    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Ebert,    Anna    S.    (Mrs,    E.    Munro    Darby).    56    Warren    Avenue.    Kingston.    Pa. 

Evans,  M.  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  James  W.  Blazek),  706  Pollard  Park,  Williamsburg. 

\  a. 
Foust,    Marie    E.,    439    Chestnut    Street,    Lebanon,    Pa. 
Garvey,   Edward  P.,  725  E.   Drinker  Street,   Dunmore,   Pa. 
Gehrig,    Earl    A.,   407    tLast    Fourth    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Goodman,   Robert  R.,  566   Center   Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Grosek,    Mary   R.,   103   Merritt   Street,    Plains.    Pa. 

Hess,  Dorothy  L.   (Mrs.   D.   C.   Linn).  316  West   Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Hosier,    Eudora    E.    (Mrs.    Robert    H.    Kuhl).    357    Plaza    Avenue,    Ferguson,    Mo. 
Hunter,   Earl  T.,  4640  Stenton  ,-\venue.   Philadelphia.   Pa. 
Hutton,    Helen   E.,    158   Ridge   Avenue.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Justin,   Edith  D.  (Mrs.   Beimet),  838  N.  Main  .Avenue.  -Scranton,  Pa. 
Kreischer,   Armina   M.,   210  E.    13th    Street,   Berwick,    Pa. 
Lapinski,  Alvin  S.,  704  W.   Green   Street,   W.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Laubach,   Anna    (Mrs.    Earl   A.   Gehrig),   407   E.    Fourth    Street,   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
McWilliams,  Marian  L.,  (Mrs.  Cohen),  200  E.  Front  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 
Magee,  Josephine  M.,  2,i6  S.  29th  Street,  Penbrook.  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Marks,  James  L.,  Pine  Grove,  Penna. 

Mears,  Mary  Helen  (Mrs.  John  Henry  Northrup).  Proctor.  Vt. 
Moody,  Theima  !.,  Marysville,  Pa. 

Moore,  Florine  I.  (Mrs.  Pratt).  1715  N.  Market  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Muskaloon,  Victoria  M.  (Mrs.  Luther  R.  Hower).  E.  Eighth  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Nelson,  Harry  T.,  120  S.  Laurel  Street,  Hazelton,  Pa. 
Ollack,  Joseph  S.,  54  Sidney  Street,  -Swoyersville.  Pa. 
Palsgrove,  Mary  E.,  121  Parkway  Street.  .Schuylkill  Haven,  Penna. 
Plesko,  George  John,  17  Ridge  Street.  Ashlev,  Pa. 

Radcliffs,  Ruth  E.  (Mrs.  Payson  H.  Dickerson).  Round  Lake,  New  York. 
Reisler,  Mary,  85  W.  Broad  .Street,  Souderton,  Pa. 
Rhinard,  Harriet,  413  Pine  .Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Rider,  Martha  E.,  200  E.  Front  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 
Ritzo,  Theresa  Marie,  609  W.  Penn  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Rupert,  Violetta,  Aristes,  Pa. 

Saltzer,  Blaine  J.,  Gettysburg  College,  Gettysburg,  Pa. 

Schalis,  Camille  R.,  427  Allen  Street,  West  Hazelton,  Pa. 

Schlegel,  Julia  I.  (.Mrs.  G.  Bland  demons),  22  Washington  Street,  Fleetwood,  Pa. 

Schrope,  Ray  G.,  East  Morrill  Street,  Yale,  Mich. 

Shutt,  William,  210  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Smethers,  Ruth  H.,  229  E.  Eighth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Supchinsky,  John  B.,  42  Grave  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Tamalis,  George  R.,  178  Hillside  Street,  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Beatrice  H.,  312  E.  14th  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Trembley,  Mary  A,,  R.  D.  No.  5,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Webb,  Edward  L.,  1639  Paxton  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Zeiss,  William  E.,  Clarks  Summitt,  R.  D.,  Penna.  „ 

CLASS   OF    1938 

Allen  Mary  Anna,  Apt.  5-4,  Green  Tree  Apt.  Building.  West  Chester,  Pa. 

Arcikosky,  Emily  Therese,  247  South  Beach  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Penna. 

Andrews,  Joycelyn  M.,  P.  O.  Box  53,  Sonestown,  Pa. 

Anselmi,  Irma  R.,  9  Susquehanna  Avenue,  Wyoming,  Pa. 

Apichell,  Eleanor  J.  B.,  Inspector  General,  Hqs.  Second  Army,  Fort  Meade,  Md. 

Auch,  Alice  W..  1806  Northampton  Street,  Easton,  Pa. 

Beaver,  Marjorie  H.  (Mrs.  Jacob  B.  Morrison),  1701  Second  Street,  Beaver,  Pa. 

Bott,  Josephine  D.,  Main  Street,  Nuremberg,  Pa. 

Brainard,    Alberta   H.    (Mrs.    Peroutskv),    1621    Eastern    Parkway,   Schenectady, 

N.  ^■. 

Breitenbach,  Virginia  (Mrs.  Blaine  J.  Saltzer),  R.  D.  No.  3,  Gettysburg,  Pa. 

Casari,  George  R.,  2251  Fairview.  Detroit,  Mich. 

Conway,  Sylvia  M.  (Mrs.  H.  T.  Maynard),  Montrose,  Pa. 

Diehl,  Robert  G.,  529  Northampton  Street.  Easton,  Pa. 

Dzury,  Anne  N.,  27  East  Elm  Street,  WilkesBarre,  Pa. 

Edgar,  Dorothy  L.  (Mrs.  Ray  Cronover),  240  Leonard  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Elmore,  Marion  T.,  1715  Green  Ridge  Street,  Dunmore,  Pa. 

Evans,  Martha  H.  (Mrs.  Greenwood),  320  Spring  Garden  Street,  Pottsville,  Pa. 

Fester,  Freda  Pearl,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Fetterman,  Aerio  M.,  R.  D.  No.  3.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Fetterolf,  Andrew  L.,  112  E.  Walnut  Lane,  Philadelphia  44,  Pa. 

Fiorini,  John  E.,  liernice.  Pa. 

Follmer,  Vera  E.  (.Mrs.  Ralph  Baker),  345  College  Hill,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Frankmore,  Philip,  704  Walnut  Avenue,  Easton,  Pa. 

Gilligan,  Elizabeth  Jane,  355  Crooks  Avenue,  Paterson,  N.  J. 

Goretski,  Helen  L,  642  Pine  Street,  Kulpmont,  Pa. 

Graham,  Margaret  G.,  321  W.  Woodland  Ave..  Springfield,  Pa. 

Grosek,  Anne  J.,  103  Merritt  Street,  Plains,  Pa. 

Hendler,  John  F.,  East  Side  High  School,  Newark  5,  N.  J. 

Henrie,  Charles  H.,  6,!9  E.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hill,  Robert  Hughes,  2454  N.  Washington  Avenue.  Scranton,  Penna. 

Hummel,  Cleo  M.,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Millville,  Pa. 

James,  Charles  P.,  Columbia,  Pa. 

Klembara,  Michael,  1040  W.  Arch  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Klinger,  Clyde  L.,  Nuremberg,  Pa. 

Kotsch,  Jacob,  Jr.,  120  Willow  Road,  Colonial  Park,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Kovaleski,  John  E.,  Main  Road,  Glen  Lvon,  Pa. 

Kreigh,  Willard  S.,  348  Jefferson  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Kupstas,  Alex,  35  Woodburv  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Kushma,  John  J.,  100  St.  John's  Drive.  Drifton,  Pa. 

Langan,  Ruth  E..  87  S.  Main  Street.  Duryea,  Pa. 

Laubach,  Vance  S.,  346  E.  Eighth  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Leiby,  Ruth  E.,  113  W.  Market  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Litwhiler,  Daniel  W.,  Ringtown.  Pa. 

Livsey,  Carrie  M.  (Mrs.  E.  Deilv),  336  Chestnut  Avenue.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Malloy,    Anna    M.    (Mrs.    Eugene   Sharkey),    12,!0   East   Centre   Street,   Mahanoy 

City.  Pa. 
Martin,  Paul  Gable,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Matthews,  Edward  Martin,  125  S.  Wyoming  Street,  Hazelton,  Pa. 
Melson,  Florence,  50  Meyers  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 
Menges,  Cyril  F.,  R.  D..  Watsontown,  Pa. 
Neibauer,  George  J.,  20  Eagle  .Avenue.  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Miller,  Mary  Ellen,  176  Penn  Street.  Highspire,  Pa. 
Papciak,  Ted  Stanley,  100  W.  Main  Street,  Glen  Lyon.  Pa. 
Payne,  Herbert  E.,  1011  North  Franklin  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Pesansky,  Helen,  Main  Street,  Sheppton.  Pa. 
Patrick,  Frank  T.,  83-84  116th  Street,  Kew  Gardens,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 
Potter,  Margaret  F.  (Mrs.  Henry  Steiner),  241  E.  Front  Street,  Lititz,  Pa. 
Price,  Robert,   Plains,  Pa. 
Purcell,  Francis  Daniel,  Frackville.  Pa. 
Cuigley,  Mary  T.,  1017  Girard  Street,  Harrisburg.  Pa. 
Rech,  Anna  B.,  Second  Street   Pike,  Southampton,   Pa.     , 

Reed,    Mary    Audree    (Mrs.    Barney    Robbins,    (AS'A    C.    Maunel,    Columbus    5,    O. 
Reese,  John  McKell,  66  .Allen  St..  W.   Nanticoke,   Pa. 
Reynolds,   Bernadette  T.,   R.   D.    No.   2,   Pottsville,   Pa.,   Box  532 
Richards,   Llewellyn   C,  3   South   Eighth  St.,   Shamokin,   Pa. 
Richie,  Neil   M.,    R.   D.   No.   1,  Yardley,   Pa. 
Rowland,   Cyril  J.,   Connertun.   Pa. 

Ryan,    Agnes    Leona,    218    Clark    Ave.,    CTarks    Summit.    Pa. 
Salerno.   Anthony,   202   Barber  St..   Old   Forge.   Pa. 
Saluda,    Rose   S.,   49   West    Second    St..    Mt.    Carmel.    Pa. 
Savage,   Mary    E.    (Mrs.    Dietterick),    Box  95,   Beach    Haven.   Pa. 
Scott,    Esther    A.,   17   W.   Ludlow   St.,   Summit   Hill.    Pa. 
Sell.    Frances    M.,   2003    Livingston    St..,    Pa. 
Sharadin,   Eleanor  L.,  R.   D.   No.    1,   Middleburg,   Pa. 
Sharp,   George   T.,   212   S.   60th    St.,    Philadelphia   39    Pa. 
Slaven,    John    F.,    Fleetwood,    Pa. 
Singer.  Ben,   .\.   Wyoming  St.,  Hazleton.  Pa. 
Smith,  Margaret   M.,   (Mrs.   Clyde   Dickey),   Starrucca,   Pa. 
Snook,  Florence  (.Mrs.  W.  R.  Wallace).  2145  N.  4th  St..  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Stellar,    Genevieve    R.,     1329    Poplaf    St.,     Kulpmont.     Pa. 
Thomas,    Williams,    17,W    .Adams    Ave.,    Scranton.    Pa. 

Tinney,    Hilda    E.,    West    Camous.    Florida    State   University,    Tallahassee,    Fla. 
Troy,   Rowena  V.   (Mrs.   Paul   Barrall).   Mifflinville.    Pa. 

VonBergen,  Doris  M.  (Mrs.   B.  Henrv  Shafer).  310  Baltimore  St.,  Hanover,  Pa. 
Walukiewicz,   Regina  A.    (Mrs.   Kelly),  226   Henry   St.,   Brooklyn  2,   N.   Y. 
Wanick,    Jack    C,    Light    Street.    Pa. 
Wark,   Arthur  K.,  440  E.   Third   St..   Berwick,  Pa. 

Weaver,   Helen   E.   (Jlrs.   Wilham   Ditty).   R.    D.   No.   3,   Sunbury,   Pa. 
Weintraub,  Charles  H.,  36  Charles   St.,  WilkesBarre,   Pa. 
Williams.  Robert  R.,   152  East   Fourth  St..  Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Withka,    Walter   D.,   29   Rittenhouse   St..    Simpson.    Pa. 

Yale,   Kathryn   E.    (Mrs.   Edw.   Graham),  348   E.   Main   St.,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Zalewski,   Joseph   E..  246  W.   Sunbury   St..   Shamokin.   Pa. 
Zalonis,    Adolrh    Mark,    74    Hillside    .Ave..    Edwardsville.    Pa. 
Zola,  Stasia,   25    E.    Eighth   St..   Hazleton.    Pa. 

ClASS   OF    1939 

Aikman,   Mary   F.,   R.    D.   No.   5.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Amerman,   Sarah  Alice   (Mrs.    Donald    Fry).   379   Hibbs   Avenue,   Cjlenolden.   Pa. 

Banta.  Sterling  J..   Hershey   Community  Club,   Hershey,   Pa. 

Baraniak,   Joseph  A.,  234   S.    Main   Street,   .Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Biggar,    Helen    B.,    Unityville.    Pa. 

Bonin,  Irene  F.,  (Mrs.  Gene  Wenrich).  Route  No.  1.  Camp  Hill,  Pa. 


Bower,    John    E.,   Jr.,   60/    S.    St..    Clarion,    Pa. 

Burke,    Virginia   R.    (Mrs.    Philip   Tropane),   22    E.    Baker   Village,   Columbia,   Ga. 

Carl,   Melva   M.    (.Mrs,    Douthat),   J25   Cooper   Street,    Nescopeck,    Pa. 

Cheponis,   Margaret  A.,   234   \'ine   Street,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Choawanes,  John  P.,  815   West   Coal   Street,   Shenandoali,   Pa. 

Christian,   Willard   A.,  Jr.,  830    First   Avenue,    Williamsport,    Pa. 

Clauser,  Albert  A.,   1200  Chestnut   Street,   Kulpmont,   Pa. 

Coblentz,   Harold   H.,  805   Vine   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Coppes.  Tirrah  E.  (Mrs.  Ralph  C.   Pesto).  223  N.   Front  Street.  Milton,  Pa. 

DeMott.   Fanny    Hill,   Main   Street.    Millville.    Pa. 

Deppen,    Margaret    L.,   807    Shamokin    Street,    Trevorton,    Pa. 

DeRose,    James    V.,    238    Kent    Road,    Springlield,    Pa. 

Dershatn,  Sara  Ellen,  300  Green   Street,   MilTlinburg,   Pa. 

Dugan,   Ruth   L.    (.Mrs.   A.    W.    Smcal),   R.    D.    No.   4,    Danville,    Pa. 

Eiiglehart,   Dorothy   M.   (Mrs.   Ray   Zimmerman),  4507   Maple  Avenue.    Betlu-sd;i, 

Evans.  Roy,  3.^0  E.  Third  Street.  Emporium,  Pa. 

Farmer,  Lois  E.   (Mrs.  Alfred  Koch),  Lehigh  L'niversity,  Bethlehem,   Pa. 
Flaherty,   Thomas  A.,   108  Custer   Street,   Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
FiKjse,  Morgan  E.,  Manheim  Twp.  High  School,  Neffsville,  Pa. 

Freehafer,  L.  Evelyn  (Mrs.  Oitford  R.  Young),  R.  D.  No.  1  Sinking  Springs.   Pa. 
Giemnak,   Andrew   J.,   86   Plymouth    Street,    Edwardsville,    Pa. 
Griffith,    Deborah    Williams    (Mrs.),    114    North    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Hart,    Elizabeth   J.    (Mrs.    K.    E.    Bower),   Millville,    Pa. 
Hart,    Mildred    M.    (Mrs.    George    E.    Bond),    Wapwallopen,    Pa. 
Harwood,   Chester  J.,   1021    West   Main   Street.    Plymouth,    Pa. 
Hopkins,  Robert  P.,   1422  Friendship  Street,  Philadelphia   11,  Pa. 
Houck,    Frederick    L.,   212    Primes   Avenue,    Secave,    Pa. 
Hummel,  Letha  E.,   1628  W.   Fourth  Street.  Williamsport,   Pa. 
Jenkins,   Elizabeth   Mary    (Mrs.    Parsons),    192   Church   Street,    Edwardsville,    Pa. 
Johnson,   Lois  C.   (Mrs.   Richard   Kitchen),  106  Marion  Avenue,   Schenectadv   17. 

Johnson,    Mary    Margaret,    Hillside,    Paget    West,    Bermuda. 

Jones,   Deborah   (Mrs.   J.   D.    Rowland),  544   Delaware   Street.   West   Pittston,    Pa. 
Jones,  Sheldon  C,  c/o   Esso  Transport  Co.,   Marine   Dept.,   Aruba,   N.   W.   I. 
Keibler,   W.   Alfred,   Box,  925,   Aruba,    Netherland   West    Indies  • 

Kleffman,  L.  Ruth  (Mrs.  Raymond  Ensminger),  409  W.  Market  Street,  York,  Pa. 
Koch,    Alfred    P.,    Lehigh    University,    Bethlehem,    Pa. 
Kocher,   Harriet   L.,    New   Colonial   Hotel,    Washington   5,    D.   C. 
Lash,  Walter  F.,   131   Xorth   Fourth  Street,   Frackville.    Pa. 

Leedom,    Katherine   G.    (Mrs.    P.   O.    Bokum).    1100   Hunter's   Lane,   Oreland,    Pa. 
Lipfert,    Alvin    G.,    10    Kresge    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Lonergan,    Abigail    Marie,    2}2    East    Second    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Lonergan,    Marguerite    M.    (Mrs.    J.    Winston    Smethers),    329    E.    Front    Street, 

Heruick.    I'ii. 
Long,  Dorothy  E.   (Mrs.   E.   L.  Hudelson),  553  Green   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 
Marshaiek,   Michael  J.,  c/o  Workmen's  Store,   W.   Fourth  St..   Williamsport,   Pa. 
Mayan,   Helen  Louise,   Sister   M.    Laurentia,   Nativity    Convent,  640  Hemlock   St., 

Scraiitun,   I'a. 
McBride,  Ray  P.,  Jr.,  Nescopeck.   Pa. 

McCall,  Emily  A.,  86  North  Atherton  Street.  Kingston.  Pa. 
McCutcheon.  George  A.,  249  Mill  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
McKechnie,    Alexander    J.,    Jr.,    (Dr.)    Temple    University    School    of    Dentistry, 

Phila..  Pa. 
McManiman,  Ethel  (Mrs.).  209  W^est  High  Street,  Nesquehoning.  Pa. 
Miller,  Clair  A.,  1141  High  Street,  WiHiamsport.  Pa. 
Moratelli.  William  R.,  1317  Chestnut  Street.  Kulpmont,  Pa. 
Mulhem,  Edward  J.,  62  Shoemaker  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 
Ohl,  Robert  A.,  H)7  E.  Front  Street.  Berwick.  Pa. 
Omer,  Anna  Lydia,  1355  W.  Philadelphia  Street,  York.  Pa. 

Oswald.  A.  Jane  (Mrs.  Charles  Bleiler).  1913  W.  Livingston  Street,  Allentown,  Pa. 
Parker,  Robert  H.,  231  S.  Oak  Street.  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 
Reichley,  Eva  P.,  614  Market  Street,  Sunbury,  Pa. 
Reimard,  Robert  J.,  Espy,  Pa. 

Revels,  Thomas  P.,  1215  Main  Street,  Dickson  City,  Pa. 
Rhodes,  Margaret  E.,  R.  D.  No.  1,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Savage,  Betty  Mae  (Mrs.  Hope  Penman),  130  W.  Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Sheridan,  Vera  F.,  35  E,  Poplar  Street.  Xanticoke,  Pa. 
Shiffka,  Eleanor  M.  (Mrs.  Kalinoski),  Main  Street.  Mocanaqua,  Pa. 
Shuman,  Jean  C.  (Mrs.  Claude  Zehner).  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Sircovics,  John  J.,  \)36  Fifth  Avenue,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Smith,  Donnabelle  F.  (Mrs.  James  T.  Smith),  324  Russell  Ave.,  Williamsport,  Pa. 
Stinson,  Wanda  Marie  (Mrs.  Arthur  Davis),  384  Warburton  Avenue,  Hastings- 

on   Hu<I--nti,   \.  Y. 
Strahosky,  Michael,  1071  Pine  Street,  Kulpmont,  Pa. 
Strawinski,  William,  1320  State  Street,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 
Strohosky,  Andrew  A.,  Excelsior,  Pa. 

Tewksbury,  Jennis  E.  (Mrs.  James  E.  Agder),  1  Dewitt  Road,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 
Troy,  Dale  H.,  Coalport.  Pa. 

Tubbs,  Sara  E.,  147  West  Third  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Utt.  Miriam   (Mrs.   Samuel  R.   Frank,  Jr.),  462  Railroad  Street,  Manchester,  Pa. 
VanDevender,  Frank  M.,  Shaniokin  High  School,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Washinko,  George,  Jr.,  207  Batten  Street.  Dunmore,  Pa. 
Wehner,  Marvin  W.,  38  Clay  Avenue,  W.  Hazleton.  Pa. 
Wojcik,  Chester  Frank,  12  Casev  Avenue.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 
Woytovich,  Walter,  301  S.  Fifth  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
Wright,    Martha    C.    (Mrs.    Lucas    H.    Moe,   Jr.),    1511    E.    West   Highway,    Silver 

Springs,  Md. 
Yarworth.  William  J.,  6710  Bessemer  Avenue,  Baltimore  22,  Md. 
Yates,  William,  3  N.  Brown  Street,  Ashley.  Pa. 
Zimmerman.  Roy  O.,  4507  Maple  Avenue,  Bethesda.  Md. 

CLASS   OF    1940 

Altland,  Sara  J.  (Mrs.  W.  J.  Carroll),  1675  Bellemore  Ave.,  Bellemore,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Baker,  Donald  S.,  31  N.  State  Street,  Newton,  Pa. 

Beckley,  Mary  Eleanor  (Mrs.  Sahota),  5705  Fairfield  Road,  Columbia,  S.  C. 

Bell,  Catherine  E.  (Mrs.  Donald  Hicks),  New  Milford.  Pa. 

Beltz,  Beulah  M.,  R.  D.  No.  3.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Bertoldi,  Louis  R.,  No.  153,  Fern  Glen,  Pa. 

Blecher,    Margaret    L.,    i32    Jefferson    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Brady,    Helen    A.    (Mrs.    Isaac   T.   Jones),   55    High    Street,    Pottstown,    Pa. 

Brouse.    Helen    E.    (Mrs.    Clarence   Crow).   945   Market    Street.   Lewisburg,    Pa. 

Brown,    Josephine    Sara    (Mrs.    Johnson).    533    Magee    Avenue.    Bloomsburg.    P;i. 

Brush,  Jean  Wilma   (Mrs.   Michael   Davis),  753   Kensington  Ave.,   Plaintield,   N.J. 

Chismar,    Michael,    Jr.,    S(^    Center    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Christmas,  Ernest  L.,  246S   Keel   Street,   Harrisburg.   Pa. 

Cooper,   Eleanor   (Mrs.   Carl   Downing).  3100  Sixth   Street,  South,   St.    Petersburg, 

Darrow,   Jane   C,    79   (Thester   Street.    Kingston,    Pa. 

Durkin,   Catherine    M.    (Mrs.    Robert    Zimmerman),    R.    D.    No.    2,    Sunbury.    Pa. 

Esmond.   Stanley  F.,  238  Girard   Street,  Atlas,    Pa. 

Finnerty,  Alice  L.,   1719  Monroe   Avenue.   Dunmore.   Pa. 

Gehrig,  Fay  L.   (Mrs.   Max  W.  Clark).  Box  274.  Denville,   N.J. 

Grover,   Christine   E.,    1223    Market    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Hancock,    Ben    E,,    1147    W.    Walnut    Street.    Shamokin.    Pa. 

Hanley,   Mary   E.,   100  S.   Pine   Street.   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Harpe,  S.  Dean.  207  Thurston   Street,  High   Point,   N.  C. 

Hausknecht.   Donald   A.,   30   S.    Linden   Avenue.    Hatboro.    I*a. 

Hausknecht.   Rose   Mary,   224    Huiittr   Street,    Woodburn,    N.   J. 

Heimbach,    Virginia   M.,   302    Front   .Street,    Danville,    Pa. 

Herman,   Stella   M.    (Mrs.    McCleary),   575   Keekr   Street,   Wooster,  O. 

Hess,    William    H.,    248    Iron    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Hinds,  James  F.,  ^15   Market  Street.   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Hinkel,    Clayton    H.,    3i2    (ilen    Avenue,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Hippensteel,  Kenneth  J.,  Battey  Commercial   School,   Rome,  Ga. 

Houck,    Earl    W.,    P.    O.    Box    lo4.    Berwick,    Pa. 

Houser,   Albert   W.,    115   Walnut    Street,    I.ewistown,    Pa. 

Jenkins,    Thomas    H.,   24    Hillside   .\venue,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Jones.  Gladys  (.Mrs.   Ezra  W.  Harris),  3(i5  Center  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Jones,   Isaac   T.,   55    High   Street.    I'ottstowiij    Pa. 

Kanasky,   William,   11(>  Willow  St.,  Shamokin,    l*a. 

Kelchner,  Charles,   3501    Minnesota   Ave.,   S.    E.,    Washington,   D.   C. 

Keller,  Edna  E.  (Mrs.  Roy  McBride,  Jr),  322  Cooper  Street,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Kiefer,  Lawrence  J.,  500  Osborne  Avenue,   Morrisville,  Pa. 

Kocher,   Frank  T.,  516-A   Elm   Road,   State  College,   Pa. 

Kokitas,  Paul  B.,  14  E.  Clay  Avenue,  W.  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Koniecka,  Frank,   13  South   Devon  Avenue,  Wayne,  Pa. 

Krieger,  Carrie  M.  (Mrs.  Duff  Maynard,  Jr.),  Seaside  Hospital,  1  Doden  Lane, 
Flushing  L.L,  N.  Y. 

Kundia,   Joseph,   226   Smith    St.,    Dupont,    Pa. 

Landis,    Marion    (Mrs.    Hoffman,   3904   C  Street,    S.E..    Washington    19,    D.    C. 

Laubach,    Eunie  J.   (Mrs.    Robert    Wambach),    1409   Walnut    Street,    Berwick,    I'a. 

Lehet,   George   Jr.,   34   Kulp    Street,    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 

Lewis,   Robert   C,   310   E.    Market   Street,   Danville.    Pa. 

Linn,   Robert  A.,   310   N.    Second   Street,   Catawissa,   Pa. 

Major,  Elma  L.,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Dallas,  Pa. 

Maloney,  Mrs.  Anna  McGinley,  401  Locust  Avenue.  Centralia,  Pa. 

Masteller,  Royce  M.,  647   Washington  Avenue,   Bethlehem,  Pa. 

Mazda,    Norman,    Harford.    Pa. 

McCem,   Mrs.   Margaret   Cole,  Catawissa   High   School,   Catawissa,   Pa. 

McHenry,   Martha    (Mrs.    (diaries    Wennerj,   Third    Street.    Benton.    Pa. 

McWilliams.  Mary  Ellen,  (Mrs.   Donald  Kessler).  290  Mill  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Menges,    Frank   Glen,    117    W.    Fifth    Street,    Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 

Metcalfe,   Marion   F.,  240  N.    Front    Street,   Sunbury.    Pa. 

Miller,    Mary    Louise,    Pottsville    Street,    Wiconisco.    Pa. 

Miller,    William    H.,    Nuremburg.    Pa. 

Mitchell,  Nicholas  R.,  Ehervale.  Pa. 

MfK>re,    Phillip    W.,    Lehigh    Road.    Cedars,    Marshallton,    Del. 

Park,   Florence  A.   (Mrs.   Cuddie   LeBar),  R.  D.   No.   1.  Dallas,  Pa. 

Parsell,   Theodore  R.,    Dagshoro,    Del. 

Paulhamus.  Paul  A.,   R.   D.   No.  2.  Williamsport.   Pa. 

Penman,  William  Hope,  130  W.   Fourth   Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Pietruszak,  William,  ^lain  Street,   Mocanaqua,  Pa. 

Plevyak,   John   M.,   St.   Joseph    High   School,    Baltimore.    Md. 

Pugh,  James  G.,  44  Green   Street,   Edwardsville,   Pa. 

Recia,    Agnes,    E.,    Market    Street,    Sheppton,    Pa. 

Reigle,    Paulyne    T.,   347   Orange    Street,    Northumberland,    Pa. 

Reilly.   Violet   T.,   1058  Mohawk   Street,   Scranton.    Pa. 

Rieben,    Evaline   J.,    1809   Union    Street,   Allentown,    Pa. 

Rinard,   Muriel    (Mrs.   Leon   Hartley),  2148   W.   Taft   Street.   Arlington,  Va. 

Sanger,    Raymond    J.,    532    E.    Nelson    Avenue.    Alexandria,    Va. 

Sharkey,   Eugene  F.,  45   Main  Street,   Lattimer  Mines.   Pa. 

Shiner,   Byron   D.,    1401    Fairview    Avenue.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Smith,  Christine  F.,   105   S.  Third   Street,  Catawissa.   I'a. 

Smith.   Jean    D.    (Mrs.    W.    C.    White),    Box    227.    Elizabeth    City.    N.    C. 

Smith.  Miles  G.,  Jr.,  1140  Market   Street.   Berwick,   Pa. 

Snyder,  Lorraine  C.   (Mrs.    Eugene   L.  Jones).  3033   E.  21st   Street,  Wichita,  Kan. 

Stefanski.  Florence  T.  (Mrs.  John  Muscavage),  237  North  Fourth  Street,  Allen- 
town.  Pa. 

Stellfox,  Thelma  A.,  46  S.  Walnut  Street,  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Stine,   Mary    A.    (Mrs.    Harold    Rarig).   R.   D.    No.    I.   Catawissa,   Pa. 

Stout,   Leonard   E.,   514   E.    Second   Street,    Nescopeck,    Pa. 

Trimble.  William  F.,   Plymouth  Twp.    High  School,  Trucksville,   Pa. 

Turse,    Rose    M.,    10    W.    Diamond    Avenue,    W.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Un§:er,    Hannah    E.    i  Mrs.    William    Hanck).    Tunkhannock.    Pa. 

Visintainer,    Ferdinand   F.,    18   Main    Street,    Drums,    Pa. 

Wagner,   Phylis  B.,   132   E.   Maple   Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 

Walo,  Kathryn  L.  (Mrs.  William  Wertz),  Franklin  Gardens.  Apt.  P-5.  Clifton, 
X.    I. 

Washeieski.    Alfred  S.,   50   Froble    Street,    Simpson,    Pa. 

Weikel,  Mae,   R.    D.   No.   1,  Milton.  Pa. 

Welliver.  Cari  T.,   R.    D.   No.   4,    Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Williams,   Oliver  S.,   Box   165.   K.    D..   Wilkes-Barre.    Pa. 

Wilson.   Gertrude   E.    (Mrs.   J.    Whitbey\   Kis-Lyn,    Pa. 

Yeager,   Lillian   A.    (Mrs.   Saiiger),   532   E.   Nelson,   Alexandria,  Va. 

Yost,    Fern    B.    (Mrs.    James    WhitebreadI,    Rock    (Jlen.    Pa. 

Ziegler,    Bernard   T.,   9   Hazleton    Street,    Ashley.    Pa. 

Zimmerman,    Ruth   A.,   229    E.    ^L^rket    Street.    Sunbury,    Pa. 

CLASS    OF    1941 
Alastick,  Agnes,  39  E.  Coal  Street,  Shenandoah.  Pa. 
Albertson.  E.  Dorothy  (Mrs.  Howard  B.  Wodock,  1802  E.  Wabash  Street,  Frank- 

I.irt.    liid, 
Aponick,  Joseph  R.,  \S  E.  Poplar  Street,  West  Xanticoke,  Pa. 
Arcus,  Mas,  14M  West  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Baumunk.  Avonell  A.  (Mrs.  Williams).  Box  136,  Lemont,  Pa. 

Beilbartz,  Eda  Bessie  (Mrs.  Stuart   Edwards),  WA  Hemlock  Avenue,  Kane,  Pa. 
Benninger,  Edith  R.  (Mrs.  Karl  Balliet).  Bedford,  Virginia 
Blizzard,  Marie  M.,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Danville.  Pa. 
Bonham,  Daniel  H.,  99  Slocum  Street,  Forty  Fort,  Pa. 
Breslin,  Sara  A.,  38  Main  Street.  Lattimer,  Pa. 

Bretz,  Mary  L.  (Mrs.  Shughart).  113  N.  Carsisle  Street,  New  Bloomfield,  Pa. 
Brittingham,  C.  Grant,  Huntington  Mills.  Pa. 
Brodbeck.  Ruth  E.,  414  Robinson  Street.  Pitcairn,  Pa. 

Brunstetter,  Mary  M.  (Mrs.  Harman).  441  E.  Main  Street.  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Buchanan,  Valaire  K.  l^irs.   Francis  Brown).  2'OS  Cleveland  Avenue,  West  Lawn 
Casari,  Mrs.  Agnes  Pinomonti,  2251   Fairview,  Detroit.  Mich. 
Crocamo.  Ralph  C,  48  E.  Broad  Street.  Hazelton,  Pa. 
Crosby.  Mary  F.,  Bridge  Street.  Mahanoy  Plane.  Pa. 
Curl.  Doris  M.  i.Mrs.  Carl  Warhurst).  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Davis,  Mary,  S'J  E.  Vaughn  Street,  Kingston.  Pa. 
Dean,  Virginia  M.,  1244  W.  Coal  Street.  Shenandoah.  Pa. 
Daily,  James.  522  South  West  End   Avenue,  Lancaster.  Pa. 

Diehl,    Irene  J.    (Mrs.   W.   A.    Konraii).   210  Hawthorn  Avenue,  Springfield,   N.  J. 
Dixon.  Helen  K.  (Mrs.  Edward  Karnes.  Ir.)  Box  2.  Benton.  Pa. 
Dobb.  Edward,  K.  D.  No.  1,  Elvsburg.  Pa, 

Driscoll,  Mary  L.  (Mrs.  Robert  Chaapel),  863  West  Main  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 
Dyke.  Jane  (Mr--,  Willard  P.  Jackson).  Box  445.  Honey  Brook,  Pa. 
Edwards.  C.  Stuart,  34  .S.  Tionesta  Avenue.  Kane,  Pa. 
Edwards.  Victoria  H.,  2*^;  West   Fourth  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Eshmont,  Peter  J.,  743  Chestnut  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Feinour,  Elizabeth  M.,  483  Arlington  Village,  Arlington,  Va. 
Fisher,  Reber  R.,  7\G  Poplar  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Foote,  Richard  H.,  2926  Pittsburgh  Avenue.  Fort  Wayne,  Ind. 
Foust.  Mary  Vera.  R.  D.  No.  4.  Danville.  Pa. 
Fritz.  Gerald  D.,  366  Vine  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 


Fullmer,  Lois  E.  (Mrs.  Metzger),  731  S.  Eighth  Street,  Allentown,  Pa. 

Gillette,   Bsirbeu-a  E.   (Mrs.  Benuski),  609  Wilkes-Barre  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Gommer,  Thurwald,  201  Wootiside  Avenue,  West  Lawn.  Pa. 

Greenly,  Leon  H.,  P.  O.  Box  82.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Gruver,  Lois  K.  (.Mrs.  Oscar  Gassert),  R.  D.  Xo.  3,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Ha^enbuch,  Julia  C,  Wisconisco,  Pottsville,  Pa. 

Hawk,  Elizabeth  E..  224  E.  Front  Street.  Milton.  Pa. 

Henrie,  Elda  M.  (Mrs.  Frank  M.  Taylor),  Mifflinville,  Pa. 

Heupcke,  Willison  S.,  Sugarloaf,  Pa. 

Horn,  Charles  O.,  Riiigtown,  Pa. 

Houseknecht,  George  B.,  R.  D.  Xo.  1,  Hughesville,  Pa. 

Hudock,  Joseph  E.,  2j2  Union  Place,  Los  Angeles  25,  Calif. 

Hullihan,   Vincent   T.,   Locust   Gap.,   Pa. 

Johnson.   Helen  L.,   70  School   St.,   Galeton,   Pa. 

Keesler,  Mary  E.  (Mrs.   Donald   Sherwood),  Galilee,   Pa. 

Kerchusky,    WiUiam   G.,   4'A    W.    68th    St.,    Jacksonville,    Fla. 

Kerstetter,  Relda,  359  Broad  St.,   Montoursville,  Pa. 

Klotz,    Lawrence    H.,    Schnecksville,    Pa. 

Korengo,    Anna   L.,    135    E.    Coal   St..   Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Lapinski,   Jerome  G.,   1746  \V.   Chestnut   St.,   Shamokin,    Pa. 

Lavelle,   John   E.,    1230  Centre   St.,   Ashland,    Pa. 

Leone.   Jennie,    lol5   S.   Rosewood   St..   Philadelphia.    Pa. 

Lewis,   George  R.,  309  Lightstreet   Road,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Lichtel,   L.  Ward,   136   E.   Chestnut   St.,    Shamokin.    Pa. 

Long,  F.  Lewis,   1101   Orange   Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Malinchock,  Joseph  J.,  224   Spruce  Street.   Philadelphia  3,   Pa. 

Masteller,  Sara  B.  (Mrs.  Howard  Tomlinson).  ;S4  Carleton   Road.  WeslieUl.   X.J. 

McGinley,   Esther  Anne,   Jeanesville,    Pa. 

Meiss,   Alice   M.,   537    Broad    St.,    Xescopeck,    Pa. 

Miller,   R.   Bruce,   623   Mulberry    St..   Berwick,    Pa. 

Moss,  Jean   W..  300   \V.    Ma:n   St..    Plymouth.    Pa. 

Murphy,  Marian  L.,  395   Schuyler  Ave.,  Kingston,   Pa. 

Myers,    Raymond    G.,    Senior    High    School,    Vork.    Pa. 

Ohl,  J.   Ruter,  5111    Linwood   Street,   Royal  Oak,   :Mich. 

Olah.    Isabella   M.,   327    Grant    St.,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Oplinger,   Catherii.e   A.    (Mrs.    Clark    Renninger),    172S    X.    Rhodes    St.,    Apt.    2-8, 

(.'olonial  \illage,  Arlington.  \'a. 
Parsell,  O.  Marie  (Mrs.  Thomas  Perkins).  233  \V.  Commerce  St..  Bridgeton,  N.J. 
Pegg,  William  F.,  S  VV.   Park   Road.   Llanerch.   Pa. 
Pollock,   Edythe  M.,    R.    D.    No.   3,    Wyoming,    Pa. 

Powell,  Helen  F.  (Mrs.  Thurwald  Gommer),  201  Woodside  Ave.,  West  Lawn,  Pa. 
Pursel,  Maude  L.  (Mrs.   Michael  J.  Chismar).  S7   Brugler  Ave.,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Reager,    William   M.,    Box   7S3.   Portolis,    N.   M. 
Reilly,    Mary    F.,    105S    Mohawk    Street,    Scranton.    Pa. 

Renninger,  Clark  R.,  1728  X.  Rhodes  St..  Apt.  278,  Colonial  \'illage.  Arl  ngi on.  Va. 
Robbins.  Charles  A.,  512  W.  Third  St.,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Roberts,   Roy,  224   W.   Union  St.,   Middletown,   Pa. 
Russin,   Jerry  S.,   139  Maffeti    St.,    Plains,   Pa. 
Saras,    Nicholas   L.,   36   W.    Broad    St.,    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Savage,    Dorothy    J.,    204    E.    14th    St.,    Berwick.    Pa. 
Schiefer,  Jessie  T.,  7  S.   Fourth  St.,  Steelton.   Pa. 
Schield,    Ruth   H..   225   Church   St..   Tavlor.    Pa. 
Schlee.   Claraline   E.,   635    E.    Market    St..    Danville.    Pa. 
Schneider,   Herbert   E.,  208  Terrace   Ave.,   Anollo.   Pa. 

Schrecongost,   Florabelle   (Mrs.    Herbert    E.   Schneider).  402  S.   Main   St..   DuBois 
Shaifer,  Lucretia  M.,  Thalhimer  Bros.  Store,  Richmond,  \'a. 

Shank,    Helen    W.    (Mrs.    George    ^L    Yoler),    1008    Spruce    St.,    Ashland,    Pa. 
Sharretts,  Edward  D.,   State  Teachers  Colletre.   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Shay,    Ruth    L.     (Mrs.    Richard    A.    Biery),    409    Hillcrest     Drive,     Plattsmouth. 

Sloboski,  Marie  P.,  fA  S.  Main  Street.  Ashlev,  Pa. 

Sweigart,   Mary   B.    (Mrs.   Clair  A.    Miller),    1141    High   Street.   WilHamsport.   Pa. 
Swinesburg,   Arlene  A.    (Mrs.    Edwarrt   Andrews),    1234   Telford    Lane.    Bethlehem 
Sworin,  Joseph,  922  Throop   Street.    Dunmore.    Pa. 
Thomas,   Dorothy   J.,  86  Hanover  Street,   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 
Tomlinson,  Howard,  784  Carleton  Road,  Westtield,  X.   T. 
West,    M.    Rebecca,    R.    D.    Xo.    1,    Danville.    Pa. 
White,  Marqucen  V.,  255  East   14th  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 
Willard,   George  D.,    107    Ferry    Street,    Danville.    Pa. 
Williams,  Howard  T.,  149  S.   Rebecca  Avenue,   Scrantnri,   Pa. 
Williams,  Mantana  S.,  222  Chestnut  Street,  Slatington,  Pa. 
Worman,   Samuel   Frederick,   24   Bloom    Street,    Dansville.   Pa. 
Young,  John   D.,   .South   Thircl   Street,   Catawissa,    Pa. 
Young,    Marjorie   C.    (Mrs.    F.    C.    Broderick),    508    Washington    Avenue,    Manva. 

H.ivt-rluwn,   I\i. 
Zuchoski,  Michalene  A..  40  Sobieski  Street.  Peely.  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1942 

Austin,    Anna   Frances,   319   Bennett    Street,   Luzerne.    Pa. 

Bartha.   Edith   Esther,  616   East    14th   Street,   Chester.  Pa. 

Beaver,  Elwood  Harland,  351  Main  Street,  Catawissa,   Pa. 

Behr,  Edith  Margaret,  Lfipez,  Pa. 

Betz,  John  W.,   Danville.  Pa. 

Bitting,    Geraldine    Elinor,    29    Avenue    B., 

Blaine,  Bemice  E.  (Mrs.   Hurley  C.  Stout 

Bonenberger,    Laura,    Barnesville,    Pa. 

Booth,    William    E.,    Montour    House,    Danville, 

Bomeman,    Robert    Urffer,    Sarratoga,    Pa. 

Bott.    Rose    Eliza£>eth,    Main    Street.    Xuremberg,    Pa. 

Brochyus,  Howard,  R.  D.  X'o.  2,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Carlin,  John  Patrick  Francis,  2015   Spring  Garden  Street,   Phila.,   Pa. 

Carr.    Edward    Banta,    412   Charles   Street,    Luzerne.    Pa. 

Carroll,  Helen  Anne,  341  ."s    Oak  Street,  Mount  Carmel,  Pa. 

Chandler.  Herbert  Raymond,  Jr.,  89  Pond  Street.   Xahant,  Mass. 

Chelosky,    Dorothy    A.    ( Mrs.    Leonard    Janoski),    247    Lynwood    Ave.. 

Brtrre.    I'a. 
Cbiiek,  Stella  Clare,  208  Second  Avenue.  Lyndalia.  W^ilmington,  Del. 
Cole.   Carolyn  Catherine   (Mrs.    Willard    Fritz).   Benton.   Pa. 
Conrad.  Wilfred  Harold.   R,    D.    Xo.  2.   Benton.   Pa. 
Curtis.   Esther  Lillian,  *J17   Marcy   Avenue,    Duryea.   Pa. 
Davenport,  Mary  Adeline  (Mrs.   Frank  Sliope.  Jr.),  429  E.   Fifth  St..  Berw 
Davies,   James  William,   526   Wyoming   Avenue.   West    Pitt'-ton,   Pa. 
Davis,   Albert   R.,   Jr.,   Tilbury   Terrace,   West    Nanticoke,    Pa. 
Dean.  Dorothy.   Washingtonville,   Pa. 

Deitrich,  Merrill  Arthur,  243  Mary  Avenue.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Deitrich,    Cnadace    Lila    (Mrs.    Roy    A.    Hern),    Lenhartsville,    Pa. 
Disbrow,  Viola  Worden,  30  Orchard  Place.  Forty  Fort.  Pa. 
Ellsworth,  Joseph  Arvin,   Meshopnen,   Pn. 
Eltringham,  Jemima,  343  S.  Vine  Street.  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 
Eroh,    Margaret   Mae.   821    E.    Third    Street.    Nescooeck,    Pa. 
Evans.   Ann  J.,  328   South    Main   Street.   Taylor.   Pa. 

Feincold,  Sylvia  B.   (Mrs.   Sheiman).  292  Union  Avenue.  Williamsport,   P, 
Franklin,    D.    Pauline,    Cambra.    Pa. 
Griffith.   Georee  James,    132  Center   Street.   Trov,   Pa. 

Guild.   Doris   M.    'Mrs.   W.    E.    Chamberlain).   70   Petrey    Stret-t.    Waverly 
Hardysh,   Alexander,  223   E.   Center   Street,   Mount   Carmel.    Pa. 
Hartman,   Stuart  L.,   Avenue   H..   Riverside,    Pa. 
Hastie,   Roberta  Louise,   Brook   Haven.   CThester,   Pa. 

Claymont.    Del. 

Jr.),  228  E.   Eighth  St..  Berwi 


k.  Pa. 

:k.  Pa 

.   N.   v. 

Heydenreich,    Myrtle    Evelyn,    R.     D.     Xo.    Turbotville,    Pa. 

Hindmarch,  Bertha  A..  49  .\.   Hickory   Street,  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Hoagland.  Elizabeth  Edna  iMrs.  Edward  Dobb),  3i7  Hepburn  Street,  Milton.   Pa. 

Honicker,    Bernice   Elizabeth,    148   X'.    Nicholas   Street,   St.   Clair,    Pa. 

Hoover,    Dale   Wesley,    Dahnatia,    Pa. 

James  Ruth  A.  (.Mr^.  Francis  Thomas),  1983  Everitt  Street,  Valley  Stream, 
1.1..   X.V. 

Johnson.   Robert  Lee,   430  W.    King  Street,   Lancaster,    Pa. 

Jones,  Margaret  Maire,  (Mrs.  Glenn  R.  Letterman),  523  E.  Gibson  Street,   I'a. 

Klinger,  Paul  A.,  Jr.,  510  Chestnut   Street,   Berwick.    Pa. 

Klingerman,  Helen  Jean  (Mrs.  Ralph  McCracken),  200  Randall  Circle,  Williams- 
port,   I'a 

Kokora,  Sophie  Helen,  Main  Street,  Moconaqua,  Pa. 

Kreiger,   Dorothy    Eileen,   921    E.    Mahonoy    Avenue,    Mahanoy   City.    Pa. 

Lantz,  Jean   Elizabeth    (^Irs.   James  E.   Smith),  317   E.   11th   Street.    Berwick.   Pa. 

Lash,  Margaret  McCulla  (Mrs.),   144  S.  Centre  Street,   Freeland,   Pa. 

Leiser,    George    Dayton,    R.    D.    .\o.    1,    Watsontown,    Pa. 

Lendosky,    Irene  Theresa,   103    E.    Green   Street.   W.   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Lewis,   Jane    E.,    169    Reynold    Street,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Lewis,    Walter    R.,    Tlie    Woodward    School,    Washington,    D.    C. 

Long,   Marian  Diana,  680  Wallace   Street,    Xorthumberland,    Pa. 

Lord,    Linda    lone,    210    Oak    Street.    Minersville,    Pa. 

Love,   Harriet  Anne,   Waterville,    Pa. 

Margie,  Mary  Charlene,   (Mrs.  J.   A.  Dean).  33  Concord  St..  Jersey  City  6,  X.  J. 

Matanin,  Ludmilla  I  .Mr>.  Donald  Wintersteen),  319  Coal  Street,  Port  Carbon,   Pa. 

Matthes,  Richard  O.,  1  W.  604th  Street.  Shanks  Village,  Orangeburg,  N.  V. 

McAloose,    Frank   Joseph,   James   Street.    Kelayres,    Pa. 

McCracken,    Ralph    Earl,    200    Randall    Circle,    Williamsport,    Pa. 

McGonigle,    Helen   T.,    133   Jardin   Street.    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Mertz.    Jack    Lee,    267    Queen    Street.    Xorthumberland,    Pa. 

Mesh,   Adelaide   Marion,    198   E.    Main   Street.   Glen    Lyon,    Pa. 

Miner,  Hobert,  3414  Dectour  Street,  Philadelphia  36,  Pa. 

Mohr.   Walter   Heiu-y    Ruppert,   48   Green    Street.    Edwardsvjlle,    Pa. 

Mordan,   Mary   Jane.   531    Front    Street,    Northumberland,    Pa. 

Nelson.  David,    120  S.    Laurel   Street,   Hazleton,   Pa. 

Noel,  George  P.,   Natalie,   Pa. 

Noll,   Jearme   Lucille    (Mrs.    Ralph    Zimmerman),   Box   42,   Quarry ville.    Pa. 

Nonnemacher,    Richard  C,   442   Liberty    Street,   Allentown.    Pa. 

Olshefski,  Joseph  Anthony,  34S  W.  Second  Street,  Carmel,   Pa. 

Osman,  Harriet  Dawn  (Mrs.  Robert  Trewella).  134  Booream  Ave.,  Milltown,  N.J. 

Pape,   James   Daniel,   'il5   Seyliert   Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Pino,   Dominic   Robert,   945    W.    Diamond   Avenue.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Podwika.   Peter  George,   171   Second  Street,  Wyoming,  Pa. 

Raby.    Gladys    Elaine,    39V2    E.    Main    Street.    Ephrata.    Pa. 

Repella,    Lydia   B.,   558   Sunbury    Street,    Minersville.    Pa. 

Rhinard.   Josephine   M.,   413    Pine    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Rhys,  Ruth  Janet,  374  Chestnut  Street,  Warrior  Run.   Pa. 

Rishel,   Roy   Lee,    103   Ferry   Street,   Danville.    Pa. 

Ruck,    Katherine   Louise,    767    Park    Avenue.    Bound   Brook,    N.    J. 

Schuyler.  Stanley  T.,   R.  D.   No.    1.   Turbotville.  Pa. 

Seaman,  Louise  E.  (Mrs.  John  Thomas),  Schuylkill  Avenue,  Hamburg,  Pa. 

Sears.   Doris  L.,    (Mrs.   James    Pheasant),    R.    D.    No.   2.    Box  428.   Shamokin,    Pa. 

Selecky,    H.    Dorothy,    Wapwallopen,    Pa. 

Sharpless,   Mary   Jane    (Mrs.    Arnold   Wagner),    Box   346.   Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Shipe,   Idajane    (Mrs.    Joseph    Madl).   Apt.    12-B.   College    Park   Apts.,   Camp    Hill 

Shianta,    John   Anthony,    10   Sheridan    Square,    N.    V. 

Sincavage.  Alberta  (Mrs.  Maurice  Procopio),  836  Scott  Street,  Kulpmont,  Pa. 

Sirrocco,   M.   Claire,   322   W.    Race    Street,    Pottsville.    Pa. 

Slopey,    Lois    E.    ( ^Ir^.    Gilson    W.    Davis),    1326   Spring    Garden    St.,    Philadelphia 

Smith,  William  Elmer,  327  E.  Leay  Avenue,  Springfield.  Pa. 

Snyder,   C.   David,    S.    Second    Street.    Catawissa,    T^a. 

Snyder.  Helen  Ruth  Frances,  442  E.  Third  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Solack.   Edward  D..   553   Blackman   Street,    Wilkes.- Harre,    Pa. 

Stiles.    Aleta   Phyllis    (Mrs.    Xevin    L.    Ehrhart).    R.    D.    No.    3,    Red    Lion.    Pa. 

Straub,  Barbara  Jane   (Mrs.   Stuart  Hartman),  200  W.   Market   St.,   Danville,   Pa. 

Straub,    Frank   Stuart,    1001    E.    Front    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Taylor,   Dora   K.    (Mrs.    W.    E.    Smith).   327    E.    Lenmy    Avenue,    Snringfield.    Pa. 

Thomas,    Francis   Paul,    1983    Everitt    St..    Valley    Stream.    L.T.,    N.V. 

Thomas,    Grace    Jean.    1210   Cambridge    Court.    Ann    Arbor,    Mich. 

Traub,  Florence  A.  (Mrs.  Matyas).  578  Main  Road.  Hanover  (^reen,  Wilkes- 
Barre,    Pa. 

Trethaway,  Harold  Paul,   1034  Scott  Street,  Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Twardzik,  Eleanor  Marie  (Mrs.  Henry  T.  Zale),  600  E.  Centre  Street.  Shenan- 
doah,  Pa. 

Valente,  Frank  Francis,  599  Carson  Street,  Hazleton,  Pa. 

Vanderslice,  Josephine  Kistler,  34  W.   Eighth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Vemoy,   Collin,   Ciiiadensis,    Pa. 

Wanich,    William   Powell,   Lightstreet,    Pa. 

Watkins,   Robert  W.,   Xtimidia,   Pa. 

Webb.   Robert   J.,    Pine   Grove.   R.    D.    No.   2.   Pa. 

Whitby.    Mary    Ellen    (Mrs.    Walter    Mohr),    48   Green    Street,    Edwardsville,    Pa. 

Wolfgang,    Erma  M.    (Mrs.    John    Latshaw).   518   N.    First   Street,    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Yarowsky.    Rachel    M.,    1967    W.    Market    Street,    Pottsville,    Pa. 

Yocum.  Josephine,    K.   D.   No.  3.  Danville.   Pa. 

Yorks,    Stewart    C,    S    Lohman    Street,    Trucksville.    Pa. 

Young,    David    Marion,    201    Ash    Street.    Danville,    Pa. 

Zehner,  Edna  M.  (Mrs.   W.   Pietruszak),   1604  Orange  Street,  Berwick.   Pa. 

Zeigler,     J.     Corrine.     Herndon,     Pa. 

Zimmerman,   Ralph   Hartman,    Box   42,   Qnarryville.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1943 

Althoff,  Eleanor  (.Mr-.  J.  G.   Lapinski).  8525   Philadelphia  Road,  Baltimore  6.  MH. 

Apple,   John   M.,    113    X'orth    Street.  "Reiser.    Pa. 

Bartha,  Elizabeth  Julia  (Mrs.  Dominick  J.  Nunziato),  1391  West  Sixth  Street. 
Hrc.nklvn.   X.   V. 

Barton,  WUIiam  H.,  R.  D.  Xo.   1.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Beaumont,  Lee  Roy,   7717  Q.   M.   School   Ctr..   A.P.O.    175  c/o  Postmaster.   X.   Y. 

Berninger,  Carl,  R.  D.  X'o.  2.  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Bomboy,    Charles    H.,    744   Market    Street,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Buck,   Anna   M..   2   W.    Independence   St..   Shamokin.   Pa. 

Buckingham,    Boyd,    (X>S    S.    W'ilbur    Ave..    Sayre,    Pa. 

Campbell,  Mary  Katherine  (Mrs.  Charles  Lynch,  355  West  Fourth  St.,  Blooms- 
bun;.   Pa, 

Coombs.    Marjorie    Ruth    (Mrs.    Deets\    River   Street.    Wapwallopen.    Pa. 

Culp,  Hannah,   R,    I).    Xo.  2,   Dallas.   Pa. 

Diltz,    Carl    E.,    Third    Street,    Benton.    Pa. 

Dixon.    Helen    A.,    (\ilumbia    Park.    Landover.    Md. 

Donn,   Leo  Alexander  John,   73  Second   Avenue.  Kingston,   Pa. 

Eastman,  Sara  Jean,  460  West    Main   -Street.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Ebright.   Ruth   Arline.  ^^32  Wash-ngton   .Street.   MitTlintown.   Pa. 

Evans.   Marv   Jane,    125   Ea<t    Atherton   Street.   Taylor,   Pa. 

Fahringer.   Clara    E.,    VWCA,    Williamsport,    Pa. 

Fice,  Joanna  J.    (Mrs.    Bovd    Buckincham).   608   S.    Wilbur   Avenue,    Sayre,   Pa. 

Godleski.  Lois  E.   (Mrs.   Lvnn),   R.   D.   Xo.   1.  Allentown.   Pa. 

Gottlieb.   Irving  T.,   .5455   B:trtlett    Street,    Pittsburgh,   Pa. 

Grohal,   Andrew   V.,  414  Winters   Avenue.   West    Hazleton.   Pa 

Grow.  Dorothy  Mae,  510  West   Pine   Street,   Shamokin,   Pa. 


Hartman,  Ruth  Mahala,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Omngeville.   I'a. 

HeffelBnger,  Mabel  Troy   (Mrs.),    Nuremberg.    I'a. 

Henrie,    Reba    Maxine    (.Mrs.    liurnis    Fellmanl.    \M    S.    Kr;iiiklin    St.,    Allentown, 

Hess,    Kathryn   Alice,    1114    Darby    Road,    Havertown,    Pa. 

Hilbush,   Arabel   Ebright    (Mrs.   Clyde   Adams),    Dornsife,    Pa. 

Hoaffland,  June   (Mrs.    Xorris).  32S   Fifth  Street.    Fullerton,   Pa. 

Holoviak,  Peggy  R.,  R.  U.  No.  1,  Nesquehoniiig.  Pa. 

Hope.    Ruth    Barr    (Mr^;.    William    Handyl.    Hopedell    Farm,    foatesville.    Pa. 

Hottenstein,  Sara  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Robert  C  Dix,  Jr.),  KU  Broadway,  Milton,  Pa. 

Johnson,  Dorothy  Ruth  (Mrs.   Leonard   Wasco),  301   Walnut  Street,   Berwick,  Pa. 

Jones,   David   Morley,   3J3   W.   Arch    Street,   Shamokiii,    I'a. 

Katerman,    Beatrice   M,    (Mrs.    Raymond   A.    Algatt),    Kennedy ville,    Md. 

Kelly,    Mary    [Catherine,    4.S7    East    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Kepner,    Betty    Lou,    \SS    Race    Street,    Sunbury.    Pa. 

Klawitter,   Ruth  Rhodes  (Mrs.),  24   South   Walnut    Street,   Mount   Carniel,  Pa. 

Knorr,  Joyce  Whilma,  22  W.  85th   Street.   New   York  City. 

Kocher,    Ei-nest,    K.    I).    No.    3,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Komaski,  Irene  Frances  A.   (Mrs.   Joseph    Kulick).  227   North   Locust   St.,  Mount 

Carmel.   Pa. 
Ketch,  Helen  Ruth,  -9  Loomis   Park.  Wilkes- Barre.    Pa. 

Kreiscber,  Elaine  Luella  (Mrs.  Max  Follmer),  202  E.  13th  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 
Kulik.   Irene  Martha,  227  N.  Vine  Street.  Mount   Carmel.   Pa. 
Kuster.   Jean   M.    (Mrs.   Henry    VonBlohn),    1402    Westgate   Drive,    R.D.    No.    2. 

Bethlehem,    Pa. 
Langan,    Jean    A.,    S"    Main    Street.    Duryea.    Pa. 
Laubach,   Winton,   127   N.   Atherion  Street,  State   College,   Pa. 
Lawhead,    Virginia    Lee,    835    Water    Street,    Pottsville,    Pa. 
Lohr,   Joyce   M.    (Mrs.    Herbert   Kleckner),    1211    Market    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Magill,    Antirew.    Sugarloaf,    Pa. 

Makowski,  Gertrude  Adele*  342  Me!rose  Street.  Keiser,   Pa. 
McCulla,   Elizabeth  Jane,    144  Center   Street,    Freeland,   Pa. 
McCutchen,    Frederic    Meredith,    Main    Street,    Conyngham,     Pa. 
Meluskey,    Eileen  M.,   20(j  North   Main    Street,   Shenandoah.    Pa. 
Mensch,  Miriam  Elizabeth,  (Mrs.   Bardo),   North   Fourth   Street,   Mifflinburg,   Pa. 
Miller,   George   Elwood,   804  Olive.    Park    Hill,    North    Little    Rock.  ^\rk. 
Miller,    Helen    Marie    (Mrs.    John    R.    Kettering),    345-A    North    Railroad    Street. 

PalniN  ra.    Pa. 
Miller,    Pearl    A.    (Mrs.    Knight).    1501    S.    Cameron    Ext..    Harrisburg.    Pa. 
Miller,    Thelma.    101    West    Third    Street.    Nescopeck,    Pa. 
Niles,    Hugh    Spencer,    Wellsboro,    Pa. 
O'Brien,   Hazle  R.    (Mrs.    Joseph    Davis),    Benton,    Pa. 
Opiinger,    June,    55t)   Stanbridge    Street,    Norristown.    Pa. 
Paganelli.  Reynold,  Lemoyne  College,  Lemoyne  Heights,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 
Patterson,    Jenna    Mae    (Mrs.    Stanley    E.    Cohen),    2(M    E.    Fifth    Street,    Blooms- 
burg.   Pa. 
Piarote,   George  W.,   243   Bedford    Park,    New    York   58,    N.    \. 
Puhnak,    Bernard,    lb    Braden    Place,    Clarksville,    Pa. 
Reilly,    Eleanore    Marie,    30    South    White    Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 
Reilly,    Rosemary    Frances,   30   South    White    Street.    Shenandoah.    Pa. 
Rick,   Barbara   Ann   (Mrs.    Francis   Slanina),    118   North    Street,   Keiser,   Pa. 
Roan,  Martha  Lillian  (Mrs.  Bruce  Dunn  Starr,  Jr.).  Hughesville,  Pa. 
Rutledge,   Jane   M.,    16   Montgomery    Avenue.    West    Pittston,    Pa. 
Sedlak,   Catherine   A.,   543   Monument    Avenue,    Wyoming,    Pa. 
Selden,    William    H.,    205    E.    Sixth    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 
Sell,    Elizabeth    E.,    McKnight    Street,    (iordon.    Pa. 
Shambach,    Virginia    Mary,    Troxelvllle.    Pa. 

Sharpe,  June  (Mrs.  Albert  C.  Wagner),  Wagner  Apts,     Drums,  Pa. 
Sidari,   Nan   B.   (Mrs.   Theodore  Jurasik),  8531    123rd   Street,   Richmond   Hill,   L.T.. 

N.    V. 
Sidler.  Jean  Claire  (Mrs.   Philip   F.   Snydtr).  300  Walnut   Street,   Miffhnburg,   Pa. 
Simpson,    Rita    E.,    96    New    Street.    Wilkes   Barre,    Pa. 
Singiey,    Nora    Elizabeth    (Mr;..    Harold    R.    Trexler).    82    E.    Goldengate.    Detroit. 

Sluman,    Ruth    Edna,    7110    S.    E.    Lafayette    Street.    Portland,    Oregon 
Snyder,   Lora    Mary,    R.    D.    No.    1.   Turbotville.    Pa. 
Spontak,  George,   5h7   Peacock  Street,   Pottsville,   Pa. 
Taylor,    Frank    Marr,    1305    Orange    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 
Trump,   Mary   Elizabeth,    750  North    Eighth    Street,    Sunbury,    Pa. 
Valente,    Anthony    J.,    Jr..    599    Carson    Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Valladares,    JofeBna    E.    (Mrs.    Pablo    Cabain),    Box    514.    Arecubo,    Puerto    Rico 
Vastine,    Edwm,    R.    D.    No.    5.    Danville.    Pa. 

Wagner,    Elwooid   Milton,   94    W.    Union    Street,    Shickshinny,    Pa. 
Wagner,   Sara  Kathryn,   410   New    Street.    Lebanon,    Pa. 
Wallace,   Marion    Wilma    (Mrs.    Carley).    Main    Street.    Odessa,    N.    Y. 
Witkoski.   John    F.,    Mt.    McKinney    Park    Hotel,    Mt.    McKinney,    Alaska 
Wright,    Martha    Helen    (Mrs.    Lucas    Moe,    Jr.).    1511    East    West    Street.    Silver 

Springs,    .Md. 
Yeany.    Philip.    712    E.    Third    Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Zehner,   Martha   Louise,  207   Market    Street.    Bangor.    Pa. 
Zimmerman,   Robert  C,   Nuremberg.   Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1944 
Aberant,  Leona  J.,  837  Shoemaker  Avenue.  West  Wj  oniing.  Pa. 
Ackerman,  Jean  V.,  436  State  Street.   Hamburg,   Pa. 

Adams,   Louise   Elaine  (Mrs.   H,  J.    Messnier),  809   Linden   Street.   Allentown.    Pa. 
Baer,  Lillian  Ida.  K.  I).  No.  3.  Fleetwood.  Pa. 
Baker,    Marie    E.,    114    K.    Fourth   Street.    Mt.    Carmel.    Pa. 
Behler,    Anita   Elizabeth,   48   Sharpe   Street,    Kingston,    Pa. 
Behler,  Helen  E.,  48  Sharpe  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 
Birth,    Sara    E.,    R.    D.    No.    2.    Shickshmny.    Pa. 
Brugger,  Julia  E.,  424  ^Liin  Street.  Tomhicken.   Pa. 
Bryner,  Lois  Catharine,  38  Ash  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Bundens,   Mrs.   E.   Victoria  Smith,  i2i   Lightstreet    Road.   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 
Calvello,    Meda    lola    (Mr^.    Eugene    Anthony).    515    Princeton    Ave.,    Lakewood, 

\,   J, 
Comuntzis,  Poletime  D.,  40.'^  Lightstreet  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Cromis.    Helen   Marie   (Mr^.    Robert    Warrington,    112    Ferry    Street,   Danville.   Pa. 
Dean,   Margaret   D.    (Mr-.    Brunneri.   SOS   EI    Hatca    Drive,   Temple.    Pa. 
Dent,    Frederick    Grant,    329    Mary    Avenue.    Blnonisbnrg.    Pa. 
DeWald,    Mary    Frances    (.Mrs.    John    Setteerl.    Turlx.t ville.    Pa. 
Diehl,    E.    Chri.itine,    R.     D.    No.    1,    Northumberland.     Pa. 

Dockey,  Sara  Marie  (Mrs.    Frederick  J.    Edwards),  907   Pine  Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 
Dougherty,    Regina   R.,    Eighth    and    Oak    Streets.    Mt.    Carmel.    Pa. 
Enama,    Hazel    Flora,    Main   Street,    Weston.    Pa. 
Famsworth.     Wanda     Alice     (Mrs.      Robert      I.angdon).     49     W.      High      Street, 

Rnnnd    lir.H.k.    N.   J. 
Ermish.    Dorothy    Lois,    l'>68    West    Front    Street.    Berwick.    I'a. 
Farr,  Mrs.  Lois  Williams,   I^ake  Ariel.   Pa. 

Faust.    Florence    E.    (Mr-.    I*.    R.    Yeany),   928    Butler   Avenue.    .Ambler,    Pa. 
Free,   Mrs.  Sara  Smull,  310  Church   Street,   Danville.    Pa. 
Fuller,  Bette  Seybert,  Beach  Haven.  Pa. 
Gaugler,  Sara   E.,    Port   Trevorton.    Pa. 

Good,    Eda    A.,    IS    .Mnntgnmery    Street.    .Montgomery,    Pa. 
Grohal,    Veronica    B..   -414    Winter^    A\  enue.    West    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Hackenberger,    Mary    Jesse,    Mifflint<twn.    Pa. 

Hagenbuch,    Mary    Elizabeth    (Mrs.    I).     E.    DeLong).    Jenkintown.    Pa. 
Hartman,    Mrs.    M.    Helen   Reefer,    R.    D.    No.    2.    Danville,    Pa. 
Hay,   Joyce   Emma,    1807    Hay    Terrace,    Easton,    Pa. 

Hendricks.  Edward  Francis,  Jr.,  456  Blackman  Street,  Wilkcs-Barre,  Pa. 

Johnson,    Eleanor  M.    (Mrs.   John   Tilmont),   129   Locust   Avenue,   CcntralJa,    Pa. 

Jones,   Mrs.  Ruth   Bishop,   Lake   Ariel,    Pa. 

Kocher,  Melva  Orpha   (Mrs.   Wintersteen),   19  W.   Market   Street.   Danville,   Pa. 

Latsha,  Margaret  El  vena  (Mrs.  Walter  Smiley),  613  S.  Grand  Street,  Lewis- 
town.    I'a. 

Madl.    Mary    Louise,    38    North    Second    Street.    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Manley,  Edward  J.,  175  W.   Rurr  Street.  Wilkes-Barre.   Pa. 

Martin,   Helen   Reese,  42(t   W.    Hemlock   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Mazzeo,    Salvatore   Ajigelo,    1223    Ferry    Street.    Easton,    Pa. 

McClosky,    Walter    A.,   242    Leonard   Street,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Miller,    Harold   Johnson,    M}2    Cliurch    Street,    Catawissa,    Pa. 

Mills.    Florence   Ruth,  98    West    Chestnut    Street,    Wilkcs-Barre,    Pa. 

Oakes,    Leona    C,   30(>    E.    Green    Street,    West    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Oyer,    Helen    Anna,    426    North    Sixth    Street,    Allentown,    Pa. 

Parangosky,    Helen    Jane,    319    W.    Centre    Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 

Patterson.   Effie   (Mr-.    Leslie   B.   Gore),   1926   Washington    Street,   Allentown,   Pa. 

Pope,   Nelena   Pauline   (Mr^..    Swank),  811    E.    Market    Street,   Danville,   Pa. 

Propst,  Jessie  E.  (Mrs.   Ltunani  Wearne).  314  South   Main  Street.  Archbald,   Pa. 

Roberts  Ida  Virginia,  Middletown  Road,  Gradyville,  Pa. 

Sabol,    Anne   Theresa,    17'.i    K.    Oneida,    Preston,   Ida. 

Schargo.  Ella  Rebecca  (Mrs.  Zinzaretta).  532  First  Avenue.  Parkersburg,  Pa. 

Schrader,    Jean    Emma,    115    N.    Eighth    Street,    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Scott,  Mary  Louise  ( Mrs.  Robert  C.  Bayless.  712  E.  I'utnam  Drive.  Whittier, 

Shank,  Janet  M.  (Mrs.  C.  P.  McLaughlin),  R.  D.  No.  2,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Sharretts,  Marjorie  G.  (Mrs.  Leon  Grant),  7303  Dunlawn  Court,  Dundalk,  Bal- 
timore 22,    .Sid. 

Shortess,   Anna  Louise,   130   East  61st   Street,    New   ^'ork.   N.   Y. 

Sirianni,   Carmel    Angela,    Hop    Bottom,    Pa. 

Smith,   Elizabeth    Mary,    Hotel   Middendorf,    Wyalusing,    Pa. 

Spaid,  Joanne  Louise  (Mrs.  William  Simmgtonl.  517  Market  St.,  Miflflinburg,   Pa. 

Trapani,    Samuel    Joseph,    34    South    14th    Street,    Easton,    Pa. 

Vought,    Lucinda   K.,    Numidia.    Pa. 

Williams.   Stella   M.    (Mrs.   James    Fulton),   L'nionville    Road.    Farmington,    Conn. 

Yocum,  Carrie  L   (.Mrs.   Sheeltz).   117   Apple  Street.   Milton.    Pa. 

Zinzarella,   Julian   Albert,    532    First    .\venue.    I'arkersburg.    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1945 

Balliet,   Mrs.   Carrie  Johnston,  309   Ftvry   Street,   Danville.    Pa. 

Berlew.    Nancy    E.    ( .Mrs.    Borge    Lyhne  I,   914   S.    (Juaker    Lane,    Elm  wood,    Conn. 

Bitetti,    Elvira    Ann,    936   (_"enter    Street,    Freeland,    Pa. 

Burnham,    Betty    Anne,    5703    Charles    Street.    Philadelphia.     Pa. 

DeVitis,    Mary,    (>    Lantoga    Road,    Wayne,    Pa. 

Doney.    Evelyn   May,    127   S.    Market    Street.    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Downing,   Marjorie  Grace,   R.    D.   No.  2,  Shickshinny,   Pa. 

Duck,   Martha  J2me   (.Mrs.   Seymour   Kantrowitz).  7117   Boyer   St..   Phila..   19,   Pa. 

Dziu*is.   Mildred.   410   E.   Church   Street.    Nanttcoke.    Pa. 

Fenstemaker,  Mary  L.   (Mrs.   JLarry  John),  425   Iron   Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Flaherty.   Mary   Ellen,   315   W.    Fifth   Street,    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Flail,   Elsie  Gladys,    111    Haven   Street.   Schuylkill   Haven,    Pa. 

Foust,   Frances  Jean.    Bloom    Road.    R.    D.    No.   4,    Danville,    Pa. 

Frosini.   Enso  Robert,  M   E.    Brady.   W.    Wyoming,    Pa. 

Furman,   Mary    Elizabeth,   R.    D.    No.    1,    Northumberland.    Pa. 

George,    Evelyn    D.,    (x?2    Front    Street.    Danville,    Pa. 

Guama,  Flora  Catherine  (Mrs.  Albert  W.  Crocker),  24  Lon<lon  .Street,  Worcester, 

Gulla,    Joseph    John.    2h    Hemlock,    Swoyerville,    Pa. 
Harmon,  Gertrude   Eva,  602  Second  Street,  W.   Pittston,   Pa. 
Hess,   Elizabeth   Ruth,    107    Putnam   Street,   W.    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Heupcke,   Mrs.   Alice   Zehner,    K.    D.    No.    3,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Hummel,   Sarah    Elizabeth,    Box    51,    Swineford,    Pa. 
Johnson,   Rosemary  Patricia,  21   S.   Hickory   Street,   Mt.  Carmel,   l*a. 
Kane,    Bernard   William,   727    Edgemore   Road.    I'biladeljihia.    Pa. 
Keller,  Jearuie   i.Mr-.   C.    W.    Epiev.    Tr.).   Chamhersburg   Street,   Gettysburg,    Va, 
Kester,  Ruth  June,   Ranshey  Avenue,   R.   D.   No.  3.   Dallas.   Pa. 
Kinney,   Cleo   Dorothy    (Mrs.    \'incent    Pass).    R.    D.    No.    3.    Danville,    Pa. 
Longo,    Catherine    Celestine,    Centre    Street.    Sheppton,    Pa. 
Martino,    Lucille    Grace.    Dewey    .Street.    Roseto.    Pa. 
McBride,    Eugene    Albert.    (^2S    Catherine    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
McCloughan,    Carol    Frances    (Mrs.    Carol    Hilkert),    R.    D.    No.    I    Danville,    Pa. 
Sailer,    Marilyn    D.    (Mrs.    Douglas    G.    lackson),   25    The    Plains    Road,    Le  wist  on, 

N.  V. 
Schoener,  Laura  Eva,   Stonchburg,   Pa. 

Shevlin,    Helen    Teresa,    1451    Church    Avenue.    Scranton.    Pa. 
Starook,    Shirley    Tryphena,    R.    D.    No.    1.    Northumberland,    Pa. 
Sterling,    Harriet    Meade.    117    Ann    Street.    Middletown.    Pa. 
Stozenski,   Stanley   S.,    4f>   Steele    Street.    Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Superkio,  Arlene  Norma,  Box  63,  Sennett,  N.  Y. 
Vanchieri,    Grace    M..    411    Scott    Street,    Wilkes. -Barre,    Pa. 

Wagner,    Mary    Carolyn    (Mrs.    Hoffman).    Market    Street,    Wasliingtonville,    Pa. 
Weiliver,    Julia    Alberta    (Mrs.    Charles    Driskell),    314    Fair    Street.    Bloomsburg 
Wintersteen.    Lois   Lucilla.    Bloom    Road.    Dai^ville,    Pa. 
Zehner.    Betty    Louise    (.Mrs.    Dietrick).    4830   A    Street.    Phila.    20.    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1946 

Brown.    Dora    V.,    44    S.    Main    Street.    Dover.    Pa. 

Bucinell.    Anna    Barbara,    829    Hudson    .Street.    Forest    City,    Pa. 

Buckingham.  Reed.  31(>  N.    Idth  .Street.  Allentown.   Pa. 

Cameron,    Harrison   J.,   823    Susquehanna    Avenue.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Cerchiaio,    Rose   Marie    (Mrs.    Paul   Cossman),   803    Centre    Street,    East    Mauch 

Chunk.    Pa. 
Comuntzis,   Athamantia,  403    Lightstreet   Road.   Bloomsbure.   Pa. 
Graveling    Marian  J..   225    W.    First   Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Deleski,    Edwin  J.,    Laurens.    X.    Y. 

Dickinson,    Doris   Jean,   63    Rogers    Avenue,    Manasquan,    N.   J. 
Dushanko,    Stephen,    Harleigh,    Pa. 

Ertel,    Elizabeth    R..   825    W.    Third    Street.    Williamsport.    Pa. 
Falvey,    Eileen    L.,    5i'    NLiier    Street.    Belleville.    N.    T. 
Felton.  Ralph  D..   R.   D.    No.   1,  White   Haven.   Pa. 
Fichter,    Lorraine   G.,    719    N.    Locust    Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 
Foley.    James    Earl.    80.59    Rowland    Avenue.    Phila.    i6.    Pa. 
Gabuzda,   Bemice   R.,   3310   N.    15th   Street.    Philadelphia   40.   Pa. 
Gatski.    Henry    J..    513    We-t    Third    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Gehman,    Isabel   A.    (Mrs.    William    L    Davis).   215   N.    State   Street,   Ephrata.   Pa. 
Good.   Lola   E.   (Mr>.    Elmer   R.   Miller).    Delta.    Pa. 
Guis,  Lillian  H.,  18.10  Com.  Avenue,  N.  W..  Washington  9,  D.  C. 
Hess,  Kathleen  A.,  5.^0  Hickory  Street.   Hollidaysburg.   Pa. 
Hmelmicky,    John    J.,    Christian    Brothers    College.    Memphis.    Tenn. 
Hotz,    Stephen   M.,    20   North    Street.    Hudson.    Pa. 

Hunter.    Alda   Romaine   (Mrs.    Richards).   Box   42.   Hunlock   Creek,   Pa. 
Husovsky,    Vincent    F.,   239    Kossack   Street.    Swoyerville.    Pa. 
Kane.    Margaret   M.    (.Mrs.    Burke).   1261    W.   Coal   Street.   .Shenandoah.    Pa. 
Keeler.    Hazel    E.    (Mrs.    Brooks),    ?02    .\.    Main    Street.    Bel    Air.    Md. 
Kehler,    Wanda    Marion,    Fountain    SprinErs,    Ashland.    Pa. 
Kinc.   Virginia   C.    (Mrs.    Marchakitus).    Box   208.   R.    D.    No.   3.   Dallas.   Pa. 
Kocher.   Dorothy  L.   (Mrs.    Billie    Puph).   107   Mercer   Street.   Newtown.   Pa. 
Kramer.    Nellie,   549    Foote   .\venue,    Duryea,   Pa. 


Krum    Marie  L.  uMrs.   Youngi,  (Ol'/i  Halloway   Street.   Durham,  X.  C. 

Kurilla,  Kathleen  N.,  100  \V.  Girard  Street,  Atlas,  Pa. 

Longo.  Mary  E.  (Mrs.  Paschal  P.  Practico),  1684  Nan  L  ranken  Avenue.  Schen- 

ectaiiv.    S.    N.    V.  t-  •      ,_     ■      x-     i 

Lorah,  Mary  Ann,  713  Madison  Avenue,  Ehzabeth,  X.  J. 
Ludwig,   Beatrice   F.,   Millville,   Pa. 

McDonnell,  Marie  C,  30O  East  Park  Street,  Centralia,  Pa. 
Miles,    Norine   G.,   il    North   Main    Street,    Shenandoah,    Pa. 
Mindler,   Barbara  M..   R.   D.   Xo.   1   Coopersburg,   Pa. 
Pappas,  Anastasia,  1J4  W.  Mahoning  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 
Parscll,  Audrey   Althea,   Pine  Street,  Orangeville,  Pa. 
Payne,    Edith,    li'H    Market    Street.   Ashland,    Pa. 
Rabb,    Donald  D.,    Mill   Street,    Benton,   Fa. 
Rhodes,    Ora   Jane.    Route   3,    Catawissa,    Pa. 
Romberger,    Mrs.   Winifred   K.,    Berrjsburg,    Pa. 
Schrader,   Phyllis  M.,   127  X.   Fourth  Street,   Lewisburg.   Pa. 
Schroeder,   Mary  M.,  252  West  Wilkes-Barre  Street.   Easton,   Pa. 
Sevbert    M.  Lenore  I.Mrs.  Reed  Buckingham),  316  N.  15th  Street,  Allentown,  Pa. 
Shaffer,  Jacqueline  J.  cMrs.  Charles  \V.  Creasy    Jr.).  R.  D.  No.  1  Catawissa,  Pa. 
Sheridan,  Catherine,  D.,  441   W.   Main  Street,  Girardville.   Pa 
Shultz     Mrs.    Betty    Hess,    306   Glenn   Avenue,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Shultz.   Janet   R.,    122;    Foulkrod   Street,    Philadelphia,    Pa. 
Smith,  Betty  J.   I.Mrs.   Linnl,   138  Pine  Street.  Catawissa.   Pa. 
Stitzel,  Martha  J.  (Mrs.  Schappelll,  321  Arch  Street,  Hamburg,  Pa. 
Stover.   E.   Marjorie,    137   X.   Broad   Street.   Lancaster,    Pa. 

Tremato,  Ralph  A.,  c  o  Te.xas  Petroleum  Co.,  Bogato,  Columbia,  South  America 
Utt    R    Lorraine,  709  X.  12th  Street,  Allentown,  Pa. 

Wagner,   Charles  L.,   237   S.   Vine   Street,   Mt.   Carmel,   Pa  ,.,.,.,-    ,. 

Wanich.  Mark  C,  Jr.,  88  Morning  Side  Drive,  Apt.  9;A,  New  \ork    ,,  N     \. 
Weller,    Violet    L.    (.Mrs.    Ralph    Owens,    Tr.l,    R.    D.    No.    1,    Turbotville,    >a. 
Welliver,   Robert   A.,   734   Turner  Street.   Allentown.    Pa.  ^        .,       ,     j     ^ 

WUIiams,  S.   Anne   (Mrs.    Baaron   B.    Pittingerl,   18   Warner   St..   Hartford.  Conn. 
Witman,    Evelyn   I.    I  Mrs.    Hugh    Mooncyl.    ShartlesviUe,    Pa. 
Yearick,   Mary   M.,    K.    I).    Xo.   1,   Sehnsgrove,    Pa. 
Zerby,    Mrs.    Ida    Wilkinson,    Hemdon,    Pa. 

CLASS   OF   1947 
Adams,  Betty   E.   (Mrs.   Bredbenner),  R.  D..  Dalmatia,   Pa. 
Angelo,   Dominick   J.,   Lower   Street.    Pardeesville.    Pa. 
Barchock.  Joseph  J.,  82  McLear  Street,  Wilkes- Barre,   Pa.  „     ^     ,, 

Barth,    Leah    Wanda,    1830   Conn   Avenue,    X.    W..    \\  ashmgtoii   9,    D.    C. 
Baum,   Clair   Addison,    11512   Grandview   Avenue,    \\  heaton.    Md. 
Bird.  Bynoth  Robert,  1821   Belmont  Road,  X.  \\  .,  W  ashington,  D.  C. 
Brady,    Eugene   M.,   Jr.,   279   W.    Center   Street,   Johnsonburg.    Pa. 
Brosius,   Marlin   Edgar,   Mt.    Pleasant   Mills,   Pa. 

Bruner,   John   H.   lOo   E.    Fifth   Street,   Bloomsburg,    Pa.  ,        .  ,_ 

Bunge,   Robert   L.,   Shahls   Trailer   Camp,   R.   15   at   7th   Street,   Lewisburg,   Pa. 
Chubb,   Marian   Edith    (Mrs.    Kline),   R.    D.   Xo.   1,    Milan,    Pa. 
Clemens,    Mrs.    Martha    Hergert,    P.   O.    Box   244,    Washington,    N.    J. 
Conbeer     George   P..   94.^    W".    Independence    Street.    Shamokin.    Pa. 
Ciajkowski,  Theodore  Paul,  42  Lee  Park  Avenue,  WilkesBarre,  Pa. 
Davis,    Mrs.   Apichell,   (18   Grnat    Street,   Hazleton.    Pa. 
Davis,    Mrs.    Florence    Logar,   309    S.    Market    Street,    Muncy,    Pa. 
DeVizia.    Delores    Katherine,    87    Mam    Street.    Enghshtown,    N.    J. 
Doster.    Lawrence,    4o    Yates    Street,    Forty    Fort     Pa.  ,       d 

Egiiie,    Pauline    (.Mrs.    Robert    McCaffrey),   32;    W.   Third    Street,    Berwick,    Pa. 

Eshleman,  Dawn  Forrester,  203   E.   Sixth   Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 

Fling,   Edith  Thackara,  118  St.  Louis  Avenue,  Egg  Harbor,  X.  J. 

Gilbert,    M.    Jean,    bl5    North    Locust    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Gillis,    Gloria   M.,   93   Chittenden    Street,    Duryea.    Pa. 

Gillung,    George,    722    Broad    Street     Brockway,    Pa. 

Grow,   Thomas  P.    19   Main   Street,   Ringtown.   Pa. 

Harmony,    Charles,    2626   Helen    Street,   Allentown.    Pa 

Hartman,    Robert,    122    Buttonwood    Street.    Reading.    Pa.  ,  .   ,      „ 

Hirt,  Evelyn  Jane   (Mrs.   Ralph   Brosious).  425   E.   Fourth  Street,   Berwick,    fa. 

Hollis,    Edward  John,   P.   O.   Box   No.   2,   Drifton,   Pa. 
Homberger,    Dorothy    M.,    R.    D.    Xo.    1.    Elysburg,    Pa. 

Horvath,  William  E.,  43  Xorth  Street,  Slatington,  Pa. 
Hummel,    WUIiam    W.,    Espy,    Pa. 

Joy,   Robert  D.,   1202  Skipworth   Road,   Richmond  21,   \  a. 

Jurasik,  Theodore  E.,  8531  123rd  Street,  Richmond  Hill,   L.L,   X.\ . 

Karnes,  Donald  Maurice,  Lamar.   Colorado 

Kashuba,   Matthias  F.,   R.    D.   Xo.   1.   Benton.   Pa. 

Keiser,  Shirley   J.,   lo31   Capouse  .\venue,   Scranton,  Pa. 

Kerr,  Mrs.  Emily  Baum,  3918  Spruce  Street,  Philadelphia  4,  Pa. 

Klinger,  Mae  E.,   K.   D..   Lykens,  Pa. 

Krauss,   Sara  Lillian,  463    E.   Third   Street,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Kravitski,    Bertha   V.,    Box   39,    Drums.    Pa. 

Kritzberger.  Walter  Mumie,  234  Cooper  Street.  Luzerne.  Pa. 

Kucharski.    Dorothy    K.,   266    Harland    Street,    Exeter,    Pa. 

Lauderman,    H.    Paul,   778    McXair   Street,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Luchi.    Margaret    Helen,    Conyngham.    Pa. 

Lyons,  Joseph   Francis,  i2  Spruce  Street.  W  ilkes.Barre,   Pa. 

Martin,    Robert   Phillips,    R.    D.    Xo.    1.  Trucksville.    Pa. 

McHenry,    Nancy    Jane,    Stillwater,    Pa.  „     r>     v       ,     c  i      t     t. 

Mylet.   Frances  C.   iMrv.   .\nthony    Kopuschimsky I,   R.    D.    No.    1,   Sugarloaf,    Pa. 

Naunas,   Alberta    B.,  390   East   Street,    Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Novelli,   Frank   J..   35   Italy    Street,   Mocanaqua.    Pa. 

Nygren.   Mrs.  Ruey  Kenworthy,   R.   D.   No.   1.   Box  385.   W  likes  Barre,   Pa. 

Pressler,    Frederick,    109    Walnut    Street.    Berwick.    Pa. 

Reichard.    Ruth    L..    R.    D.    Xo.    4.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Rhodes.  Harriet  W.  (Mrs.  James  HantjisI,  414   leflferson  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa- 
Rowlands.    Paul.    I.'y2    Wooster    Road.    Rocky    River    16,    Ohio 

Rowlands.    Richard   Warren,    203    Greenwich    Street.    Reading,    Pa. 

Savelli,   Lado   Joseph,   20    Hemlock    Street,    SwoyerviUe.    Pa. 

Shaffer,  David  L.,  K.   D.   Xo.  4.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Shopinski.  Marie  Antoinette,  329  S.  Poplar  Street,  Mount  Carmel.  Pa. 

Skow.  Clifton  Samuel.  142  W.  Main  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Slegeski.  John  Michael,  732  Walnut  Street.   Freeland.   Pa. 

Smith.    George.    443    Market    Street.    Millersburg.    Pa. 

Smith,  Joyce  Louise  (Mrs.  Henry  .\.  George).   Sugarloaf,   Pa. 

Stimmel,  James  Ritenour,   514  Mulberry   Street.  Scottdale,   Pa. 

Swisher,    Harold    W.,    112    Front    Street.    Lititz,    Pa. 

Thomas,    John    Warren,    Schuylkill    Avenue    Hamburg,    Pa. 

Van   Sant,    Feme    E.    (Mrs.    John    Whitby.    Main    Street,    Xumidia,    Fa. 

Vershinski.    Thomas    Edward,    249    Poplar    Street.    Mt.    Carmel,    Pa. 

Warrington.    Robert,   4    Walnut    Street.   Danville.    Pa. 

Washvilla,  Vincent  F.,  222  State  Street.  Trenton.  X.  J. 

Whitby.  John  P..  48  Green  Street.  Edwardsville,  Pa. 

Wright.    Helen    May,   58   East    Fifth    Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Yeager,   Irvin   R..    R.    D.    No.   3,   Trundle  Road,    Mechanicsburg,    Pa. 

Zavacky.   Harrv.   .^28   Main   Street.   Simpson.   Pa. 

Zerbv,   John   Richard,    Star   Route.    Dalmatia,    Pa. 

Zoncflo,    Louise    Anna,    403    Bear    Creek    Road.    Dupont.    Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1948 

Ansbach.    Mrs.    Rose    Poncheri,    Nuremberg.    Pa. 

Baker.   Paul   Newton.   Jr.,   426   King   Street,   Pottstown.    Pa. 

Beers,  Mrs.  Leonore  Hart,   538  Carey,   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Bickert,  Loie  Catherine,  419  X.  Third  Street,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Boyer,    Mrs.   Elizabeth   Anne   Baldy,   U.    S.   Army    Hospital,   Ft.    Ord,   Calif. 

Brace,  Marjorie  Edith,  Hunlack"s  Creek,  Pa. 

Bradley,   Mary   Eileen,   Marcus   Hook  School,   Marcus  Hook,   Pa. 

Broadt,  J.  Rosarma  (-Mrs.  Wayne  Creasy),  385  Lightstreet  Rd.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Chesney,   Joseph   John,   408   E.    19th   St.,   Chester,    Pa. 

Clark,    Mary    Ellen,    K.    D.    Xo.    2,    Dallas,    Pa. 

Clemens,  Harold  Owen,   P.  O.   Box  244,   Washington,   N.  J. 

Condor,  Doris   Marie,  bl9   X.    Wyoming   St.,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Crawford,    Henry    E.,    R.    D.    Xo.    4,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Cumberland,    Mrs.   Anna   Doberstein,    Hunlock's   Creek.    Pa. 

Dalberg,    Elroy    F.,    339    Park    St.,    Beaver,    Pa, 

Davis,  John  S.,  .^9   E.   \'aughn  St.,   Kingston,  Pa. 

DeBell,  Frederick  Jay,  Dr.,  329  Iron  St..  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Ditty.   Pauline   Hazel,   R.    D.    No.   3,    Box  682,   Shamokin,    Pa. 

Dormer,    James   John,    506    Preston   Lane,   Hatboro,    Pa. 

Edwards.   Blodwen   Phillips,  27   North   Welles   Street,   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Evancho,  Nancy  '-Mr>-  Robert  E.  Seltzer),  230  Pine  Street,  Catasauqua,  Pa. 

Fisher,    Betty    Lou,    Hox    134,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 

Friday,    Estella    Oneida,    (Mrs.    Harold    Griffith),    Box   047,    Edwards   Air    Force 

Ba~i:,   -Munwc.  (-alilornia 
Furman,  Jack  Crmsby,  Box  471,  Wyalusing,  Pa. 

Gass,  Joyce   Elizabeth   (Mrs.   Barnhart),   Bloom   Road,  Danville,   Pa. 
Gerlak,   Anastacia   Rose,   301    Wyoming   Avenue,   Dupont,    Pa. 
Gilbcxly,   Janet   Eleanor   (Mrs.   James   Murray),   MacClellan   &    X.   Main 

Sts-.   C.inihridt'e   Springs,   Pa. 
Gillung,  Jack  Arthur,  773   Broad  Street.   Brockway.   Pa. 
Good,   June   Rose,   27    S.    Turbot   Aevnue,    Milton.    Pa. 

Greenly.  Barbara  Jean  (Mrs.  Strawn).   153  E.   Main  Street.   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Guy,  John  Francis,  K^   E.  .\venue.  McGrow.  X.  Y. 

Haines,    Eleanor   Elizabeth,   284  .\cademy    Street,   Wilkes-Barre,    Pa. 
Hathaway,   Martha  Alice,   207   Grand   Street.   Danville,    Pa. 
Henrie,    Gilbert,    'Jin     Poplar    Street,    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Hosier,   Mrs.  Doris  G.  Keller,   16  X.    Prince   Street.   Millersville,    Pa. 
John,   Harry   Grover,   Jr.,   425   Iron   Street,   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Koch,    Clement    George,    129    Chittenden    Avenue.    Columbus    1,    Ohio 
Kohn,   Lewis  Alfred,  41   Carey   Ave..   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 
Kraiser,  Rose  Marie   (  Mrs.   Schieber).   Box  174.  Horsham.   Pa. 
Kriss.   Henry   Stanley,    R.    D.    No.    1.    Bedford,    Pa. 
Krzywicki,   Stanley   Charles,  35    Broadway.   Xanticoke,   Pa. 
Kulik,   Henry   Andrew,    145   S.   \'ine   St..    Mount   Carmel,    Pa. 
Laskowski.  Theodore.   K.   D.   No.   1.  Truckville.  Pa. 
Lehet.   Elizabeth.   Box    151.   Hallstead.   Pa. 
Lewis,    Peggy    Ann,    133    Fourth   .\ve.,    Phoenixville,    Pa. 
Lewis.  Thomas  William,  671  Queen  Street,  Northumberland,  Pa. 
Lipski,    Ellen    .Moore    (>Irs-l    143    Meyers    Street.    Edwardsville,    Pa. 

Llewellyn,   Robert   Morgan,    P.   O.    Box  3.   Xew   Miliord.    Pa. 

Longo,   John   Aloysius,   Centre   St..   Sheppton.    Pa. 

Luckenbilt,    Robert    John,   966    Walnut    St..    Freeland,    Pa. 

Ludwig.   Millard   Calvin,   Center   St..   Millville,   Pa. 

Magill,  John  Foster,  Jr.,  Blain,  Pa. 

Mainiero,    Floria    Carmella    (NIrs.    Bill).    Box    14.    Harrington,    Delaware 

Master,   Howard  Herbert,   .Mt.   Pleasant   Mills,   Pa. 

Menarick.   George   Edward,    73    Mason    St..    E-xeter,    Pa. 

Miller.    Harold    LeRoy.    32    LTierry    St..    Danville,    Pa. 

Mitten.    Dorothy    Jean,    Box    2&3,    Elkland.    Pa. 

Molinaro.    Frank    Louis,   84    Dawson   .\ve.,    Boonlon,    N.   J. 

Monaghan.    Anna    Elizabeth,    Byrnesville.   Centralia,    Pa. 

Moser,    Mary    Amelia    (.Mrs.    Harry    Reitzi,   c/o   Ralph    Moser,    Shumans,    Pa. 

Moser,    Mrs    Ruth    Kramm.    McEwensville.    Pa. 

Moss,  Irene  Alverctta,  79  .\cademy  St.,  Wilkes-Barre  Pa. 

Moyer,  Olive  Marsaret,  224  E.  Third  Street.  Williamsport,  Pa. 

Niles,  Jane  Mae,   K     1).   No.  3,  Wellsboro,  Pa. 

Northup,  Anne  Fuller,  R.  D.  No.  2.  Dalton.  Pa. 

Novak.   Clem   Edward,  25   E.   Ridge   St.,   Xanticoke.    Pa. 

Novak,    June    Valera    (Mrs.    Bones),    Box    88.    Westover.    Pa. 

O'Donnell,  Clare  Marie,  502  S.  Tamaqua  St.,  Mc.\doo.   Pa. 

Ollendick,   Anna  Kathryn,  3    Front   St.,   Clarks   Summit,   Pa. 

Omer,   William   Stuart,   528   E.   Third  Street,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Patrick.    Matilda.    Leona,    303    Penn    .\ve..    Dupont.    Pa. 

Patterson,  Clayton  Duval,  Jr.,  442  W.  Third  St..  Xescopeck.  Pa. 

Penman.   Mabel  Gertrude.    113   Cricket   .\ve..  Ardmore,   Pa. 

Phillips,    Harry   Albert,    Dcrnsife,   Pa. 

Pleviak,   Samuel   John,    110   Honesdale   Road.   Carbondale.    Pa. 

Radai.   Theodore  Joseph,   14   N.    Broad  St.,   West   Hazleton,   Pa. 

Ramage,  Gladys  Eleanor,  181   Rock  St.,  Pittston.  Pa. 

Reichart,   Charlotte   Romaine    (Mrs.    Richard    Sharpless),    188   Spring   -\ve.,   Belle- 
vue.   Pirtshurgh  2.   I'a. 

Reinert,   Harold  William,   112  Main   St..  Watsontown,   Pa. 

Reitz.    Harry    Elwood.    Jr.,   c  o   Ralph    Moser.    Shumans.    Pa. 

Remetz.    Michael   John.   357   Slocum   .St..   SwoyerviUe,    Pa. 

Remley.    Reginald   Sherman,    27'j    Wyoming    St.,    Tunkhannock,    Pa. 

Rickmers,   Albert   Donald,    Ellicottville.   New    York 

Rishe,   Donald  Nelson.  '>29  Catherine  St..   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Rittmiller.    Lawrence   Arthur,    Market    St..    Middleburg,    Pa. 

Rooney,  James  Patrick,  352  E.  Chandler  St..   Philadelphia   II,  Pa. 

Rush.   Mary   Elizabeth.   Box    146.   Nicholson.   Pa. 

Schlieder.    Donald    Alvin,    W.    Locust    St..   Oxford.    Pa. 

Schnure.    Mary    Augusta,    R.    D.    Xo.    2,    Milton,    Pa. 

Schram,  Robert  Francis,  934  Buchanan  St..  .-Xrlington.  Va. 

Seltzer,  Ralph   Eugene,  230  Pone  Street.  Catasaqua.   Pa. 

Shellenberger,    Fern   Naomi    (Mrs.    Robert    Baker).   252    E.    Fifth    Street,   Blooms- 
burg.    Pa, 

Stasko,   Georee,    l(l7    N.    Franklin   Street.   Wilkes-Barre,   Pa. 

Smith,   Mrs.   Marion   Ruth  Hart,  51   N.  Third   Street,   Lewisburg,   Pa. 

Sturman,   Bertha   May,  42  .'^locum  -Avenue.  Tunkhannock,   Pa. 

Tiemey,   James   Gerard,    734'  j    Newark    Street,    W.    Palm    Beach,    Florid? 

Tracly,  Nadine  E.,   K.   D.   No.  2,  Hanover.   Pa. 

Troutman,  Anna  May,   122  Independence  Street.   Selinsgrove,  Pa. 

Troutman,  William  Miller,  37  State  Street.   Middletown,   Pa. 

Walaconis,    Michael,    Rini^town.    Pa. 

Weame,  Leonard  Ruth.  314   Main  Street.  Archbald.   Pa. 

Whitebread,   Mrs.   Helen  Smith,  Slocum   Street,   Wapwallopen,   Pa. 

Williams,    Elaine,    .^\    Price    Street,    Kingston.    Pa. 

Wilson.  Marion  Estella,  Kis-Lyn,  Pa. 

Yerger.  Robert  Leon.   -Mt.   Pleasant  Mills.  Pa. 

CLASS   OF    1949 

Adamonis,    Joseph    Anthony,    55    Thi>tle    Street,    Pittston,    Pa. 
Albfmo,  Angelo  Maurice,   Hawthorne,  N.  J. 
Allegar.    Edwin    Morris.    R.    D.    No.    1.    Stillwater,   Pa. 
Andreas,   Mrs.    Elizabeth   Maroney,   SlitFlinville,   Pa. 
Anella,    Betty    Jane,    .535    W.    29th    Street.    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Baird,    Ralph    W.,    429    Hastings    Street.    Williamsport,    Pa. 
Baker,    Edward    G.,    119    Hecatcr    Street.    Tamaqua.    Pa. 
Barrow,   Mrs.    Anna   Da-'is,    Ringtown.    Pa. 


Batey,    Robina   Katherine,  29  Jeanette   Street.    I'lyinuutli,    Pa. 

Bath.  Ruth   Isabel.  Mt   Rodgers  Street.   Hartford.   Conn. 

Baumer.  Cora  Lee,   R.   D.   No.  3,   Lewisburg,    I'a. 

Becktel.    Stewart   C,    R.   D.    Xo.   2,    Halifax.    I'a. 

Benson.   Williair..   J.'^   Main  Street.   Moosic.    I'a. 

Berlanda.  Mario  Louis,  18  Main  Street,  Ebervale,  Pa. 

Berry.   Wallace   Eldon,   l-t27  Orange  Street,   Berwick,   Pa. 

Bertsch.   Harry   J.,   -KjO  Xichol    Street,    Pottsville.    Pa. 

Blew,  Robert  John,  State  Street,  Millville,  Pa. 

Bolig,    Betty    Virginia,    Richtield.    Pa. 

Boughner.  Shirley   Mae  (Mrs.   Bruce  Treon),   1307   .Market  Street,  Trevorton,   Pa. 

Bowman,  Thomas  Eli,  i2ii  E.   p'ourth  Street.  Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Boyer.   Charles,  Jr.,   1J20  Howard  Street.   Pottsville,   }*a. 

Brace,    Helen    Emma,    Hunlock    Creek,    Pa. 

BrandLau.   Roy   William,   4J6  Brimmer  Avenue,    New    Holland,    Pa. 

Butt,    Luther   Samuel,   S.>8    Media    Street,    Bethlehem.    Pa. 

Carter,   Leo  Stephen,   -159   Linden   Street.   Allentown.    Pa. 

Clarke.  Mrs.  Lillian  M.  Denn,   R.   D.   .No.  1,  Mnuntain  Top,   Pa. 

Cohoat,   John  Joseph,    115    North    Fifth  Street,    Frackville,    Pa. 

Conrad.   Royal   William,   R.    D.    -No.  -'.   Benton,    Pa. 

Contini.  Jennie  Adeline,  454  (ireen  Street,  Freelai.d,   Pa. 

Conville.    Mrs.   Mary   E.   Rowland,    14   South  Jardin   Street,    Shenandoah,   Pa. 

Cope.   Vema  Grace,    I'-Ol   Lincoln   .\venue,   Berwick,    Pa. 

Cortright.  Mrs.   Zita  Spangler,  Rolling  Green   Park.   Hummels  Wharf.   Pa. 

Cramer.  Robert  Noel,  59  Carlxjndale  Road,  Waymart.  Pa. 

Creasy,  Cherl  Wayne,  i72  Lightstreet.  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Crouse.    Elizabeth    Jean,    114    Pleasant    Street,    Danville.    Pa. 

Datesman.   Lois   Marie   <Mrs.    Wilmer   Nester),  Z2  Arch   Street,    Pen   Arg\  I,    Pa. 

Davis.  Alfred  George,  Elizabeth  Street.  Dallas,  Pa. 

Davis,   Robert   David,  42h   E.    Main   Street,    Nanticoke.   Pa. 

Deebel.    William    Ralph,    Clark    University,    Worchester, 

Dilti.   Robert  Otto,   SuUwater,    Pa. 

Dodson.   Harold   Eugene,   1714  State  Street,   Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Donan.   Thomas  Melton,   R.   D.   No.  2.  Columbia,   Pa. 

Dotzel,   George  Nicholas,  Jr.,   150  Cedar  Street,  York.   Pa. 

Dudzinski,   Frank   Walter,  54    E.    High   Street,   Clayton.    .\.   J.  ' 

Dugan.    Billy    Neal,   ->V    Walnut    Street,    Milton,    Pa. 

Elder.   Ruth   Phyllis,   tiOO   East   Third   Street,    Berwick.    Pa. 

Evans,    Edwina   Peters,    155    South    Lincoln   Avenue,    Scranton,    Pa. 

Faick,  Norman  Oscar,   R.   D.   .No.  5,  Lewisburg,   Pa. 

Fenwick,   Susan  Robinson,  59   Dean   Street.    Scranton,    Pa. 

Fisk,  Nancy  May  t-Mrs.  Nancy  M.  Riley  I.  504  West  Mahoning  St.,  Danville,  Pa. 

Fogel.   Anna  Beatrice,  250  Mauch  Chunk   Street,  Tamaqua,   Pa. 

Fox.    Herbert    Harris,    Seldon    Rural    High    School,    Seldon,    Kansas 

Fox.    Mary    Louise    (Mrs.    Angelo    .Mbano.    Hawthorne.    N.    J. 

Francisci,    Henry    Aloysius,   256   Main    Street,    Fern    Glen,    Pa. 

Friday,  Vincent  George,  455  Nutt   Road,  Phoenixville,   Pa. 

Fry,  Ray  Carlon,  foO  .Market   Street.   Danville,   Pa. 

Fuller.   Madge   Louise,  541    Mulberry    Street.    Berwick,    Pa. 

Fuller.    Marjorie   Grace   (Mrs.    Herbert    Sowers),  541    Mulberry    St..    Berwick.    Pa. 

Funk.   Grace  Alberta,   R.   D.    No.  2,   Danville.   Pa. 

Galow.  Gloria  lone,  517  Columbia  Avenue,  Lansdale,  Pa. 

Garard.    Louise   Marie,    802    Philadelphia    Pike.    Wilmington,    Delaware 

Gearhart,    Luther    Elton,    220    Main    Street.    Ringtown.    Pa. 

Gehrig.   George  Franklin,   108   Iron   Street,   Danville,   Pa. 

Cera.    George.    \*^    Melrose    .\venue.    Catonsville.    Md. 

Gilbert,   Mrs.   Eleanor  Frutchey,   1205   Maple   Street.    Bethlehem,   Pa. 

Gilbert,   Vincent  Jay,  405    Fair  Street.   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Gilday,   Doris   Myrtle,   220   Harwicke   Road,   Springfield.    Pa. 

Gillow,  Charles  George.  209  Dickson  Street,  Duryea,  Pa. 

Graff.  Bertha  Cecelia,  706  Spruce  Street,  Kulpmont.   Pa. 

Graham.   Sara  Ann,  222  West   Second   Street.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 

Griffiths,  Margaret  Edna,  109  Gaylord  Avenue,   Plymouth,  Pa. 

Grimes.  Richard  Ellsworth,   1725  Fulton  Street,  Harrisburg,   Pa. 

Hahn.    William    Joseph,    57    Davenport    Street,    Plymouth,    Pa. 

Hammers,    Robert    WUliam,   6   West    Southern    Avenue.    S.    Williamsport,    Pa. 

Hantjis.  James  William,  414  Jefferson  Street,   Bloomsburg.   Pa. 

Hantz.    Francis    Anthony,    1801    N.    Park    Avenue.    Philadelphia,    Pa. 

Harwood,  Theodore  Isadore,   Naples  Central  School.   Naples,   N.  Y. 

Hartman,    Beth    Eileen    (Mrs.    Jack    Gardner).    Elysburg.    Pa. 

Hartman,  Buddy  McHenry,  R.   D.  No.  5,  Benton,  Pa. 

Hartzelle,  Helen   Elizabeth,   Keswick  Apt.  J.,  Glenside,   Pa. 

Hawk.   Norman   John,    Hear  Creek,    Pa. 

Hawk,    Robert    Alexander,    Conyngham.    Pa. 

Henley,    Shirley    Blanche    (Mrs.    Thomasi.    1405    N.    Hawthorne    Avenue,    Crete, 

Hess,   Geraldine   Ruth,   i>08   Mill    Street,   Catawissa.    Pa. 
Homisak,  William,   R.   D.   No.   1.   Forrest  City,   Pa. 
Hontz,    June    Luella,   (>2   S.    Main    Street.    Shickshinny.    Pa. 

Hooper.  Jean  Elizabeth  (Mrs.  Robert  Williams).  41   Main  Street,  Shickshinny,  Pa. 
Horn,   Mrs.   Mary  Guenther,   525   Grant   Street.   Hazleton.   Pa. 
Houck,  Donald  Clayton.  209  West  Second  Street,   Berwick.  Pa. 
Jacobs.   Mrs.  June  Keller,   R.    D.    No.   5,   Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Jacoby.    Ethel    Emiline,    Grier   City.    Barnesville,    Pa. 
Jones,    John    Lloyd,    Main    Street.    Mountain    Top.    Pa. 
Joseph.   Philip   James,   842    Northampton   Street,    Easton,   Pa. 
Kapp.    Iram   Claudine,    Center   Street.    Bloomsburg,    Pa. 
Kastelic.    Ernest.    1527    Scott    Street.    Wilkes.Barre.    Pa. 
Kazmerovicz.    Charles   John,   97    William    Street.    Plains.    Pa. 
Keiser.    Edwin    Richard,    Rising    Citv    High    School,    Rising    City,    Nebraska 
Kendall.   Clifford   James.    R.    1).    No.    1,   Troy,    Pa. 
Kessler.    Donald   Arthur,   290   .Mill    Street.    Danville,    Pa. 
Klinger,    Edwin   John.   459   Shamokin    Street.   Trevorton,    Pa. 
Klinger.    Irwin    Ray.    K.    D.    No.    1.    I.ykens,    Pa. 
Kokolias.    Pauline   Louise,    Matamfiras,   Pa. 

Kowalsky.   Mrs.   Mildred  I.   Fisher,   759  Cherry  St.,   Bloomsburg,  Pa. 
Krajnik.   Mrs.  Ruth  Dombroski,  .\pt.  7  B-51   Brookside  .Avenue.  Somerville.   N.J. 
Krum.   James   Arnold,    R.    I).    No.    1.    Bloomsburg.    Pa. 
Kulick.   Joseph   Anthony,  227   North   Locust   Street.   Mt.  Carmel,   Pa. 
Kuntza.    John,    72    Pennington    .\venue,    Passaic.    N.    J. 

Kuster.  Gladys  Mr-    Robert  S.   I.eVan).  655  E.   Fourth  .Street,  Bloomsburg.   Pa. 
Lack.   Nellie   Kathryn,  449  South   14th   Street.   Harrisburg.   Pa. 
Lampman.   Alfred   M.,    R.    D.    No.   2.   Monassas.   Georgia 
LeVan.   Robert  Schultz,  <o5   E.    Fotirlh  Street,   Bloomsburg.  Pa. 
Lipski.    Leonard    Felix,    145    Mtyers    Street.    Edwardsville,    Pa. 
Longo.  Celestine   Marie,   Nuremberg.   Pa. 
Lopata.    Paul,    J4    .\llen    Street.    Nesquehon-ng.    Pa. 
Luchnick,  Francis  Joseph,  29  S.  Chestnut  Street.  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 
Lutz.   Alvin   Eugene,    Driggs,   Idaho 

Lutz,   Elsie   Jane,    14<»J   W.    Front    Street.   Berwick.    Pa. 
Magera.    John   Jacob.    ].*    Main    Street.    Mocanaqua.    Pa. 
Maley.  Matthew  Joseph,  9  North   Second  Street,   Pleasantville,   N.  J. 
Manjone.    Leonard    A..    Jr.,    Weston.    Pa. 
Mantz.    Dale    Elwood.    .^2J^    Main    Street.    Slatington.    Pa. 
Marchetti.  Alfred  Jerome,  512  East   Elm   Street.  Tamaqua.   Pa. 
Marion-   James  Everett,  2402  N.   Fourth   Street,   Harrisburg.   Pa. 
Maxey.   Nancy   Eleanor,  812  Monroe  Avenue,   Scranton,   Pa. 

McCarr,   Mrs.   Bemice   Eckrote,   Benjamin  Avenue,  Conyngham,   Pa. 

McClintock,    Eleanor    Alice,    501    Hollingsworth    Avenue,    Elkto'n,    Maryland 

McDonald,    Joan    Ann,    R.    D.    .No.    1,    Ringstown,    Pa. 

McGeehan,  Betty  Grace,   1195   Haverford  Road,  Oum   Lvnne,  Pa. 

McNelis,    John    Gerard,    249    E.    Patterson    Street.    Lansford,    Pa. 

McNinch.  Barbara  Ruth  (.Mrs.  .Nevin  A.  Hummel).  617  Pakr  St.,  Bloomsburg    Pa 

McNeeley,    Marvin    Lawrence,    Box    102,   Aristcs,    i'a. 

Messner,   Leon  Henry,  (enter  Street,   Wisconisco,   Pa. 

Miles.   Mrs.   Lucille   Rich,    1520  Scott   Street,    Kulpmont,   Pa. 

Mdlard,  Robert  Tyler,   11   N.  Ann  Street,  Lancaster,   Pa. 

Mdler,   William   Randall,    19  Center  Avenue,    Plymouth     Pa 

Mooney,  William   Barrett,  57  S.   Gates  Street.   Kingston,   Pa. 

Moore,  Charles  Kirtland,   High  School,   .Mentor.  Ohio 

Moran,  James  Vincent,  741   North  Vine  Street.   Hazleton.    Pa. 

Morrow,   Mary   Helen,  505   Pine  Street,   Towanda,   Pa. 

Mosgo.    Mrs.    Violet    Enama,    58    South    Wyoming    Street,    Hazleton     Pa 

Mussolme,    Lawrence    Joseph,    628    Monges    Street,    Hazleton     Pa 

Myers,   Adda   Mae,    R.    1).    No.    I.   Hughesville     Pa 

Nester.   Wilmer   Fliett,  22  Arch   Street,   Pen   Argyl,   Pa 

Noble,  Eloise  Lucille  I.Mrs.  Arthur  E.  Fasshauer),  801  Court  St.,  Honesdale    Pa 

Nuss,   Eugene  Miller,   Church  Street,   North   East,  Maryland 

O  Brien,    Robert    Emmet,    Locust    Gap.    Pa. 

O'Donnell.   John   Joseph,    186   Street,   Coaldale,    Pa. 

Olson,   Ernest   Conrad,  Jr.,   1154   Yeadon  Avenue,   Yeadon,   Pa 

Page,  Janet   Margery   (Mrs.   Hartt).   R.   D.   No.   1.   Susquehanna,   Pa. 

Panzetta,   Nicholas  J.,  (.11   Carson   Street.   Hazleton,   Pa. 

Paternoster.    George    Daniel,    7,54   North    Vine   Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Paulmeno,    Anthony    Joseph,    Weatherly,    Pa. 

Pckala,  Lawrence  Valentine,  269  Main  Street,   Fern  Glen     Pa 

Pichel,   JulU,    R     D     ,V,,     1.    Hellertown,   Pa. 

Pick.  Robert  William,   K.   1).   .No.  5.  Danville,  Pa. 

Popick.  Raymond  John,  Harford,   Pa. 

Prete.    Santo   Joseph,    568   Garlield    Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Purcell.  John  Michael,   IS  Lloyd   Street,  Shenandoah,   Pa 

Putera,    Joseph    John,    25    Depot    Street.    Ludlow,    Vermont 

Radice,    Francis    Joseph,    152    Fourth    Street.    Bloomsburg     Pa 

Rarig.   Mrs.   Leah  Merkal,   R.   D.    .No.  5.  Catawissa     Pa 

Readier.    Horace    Emerson,    754    Navahoe    Street,    Detroit    14,    .Michigan 

Kees.  Laureen  Ann,  21>'  K.  Spring  Street,  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Reichard,   John   Harold,    R.    D.    No.   4,   Bloomsburg,   Pa. 

Reitz,  Robert  Gilger,  Chenango  Forks,  New    York 

Remetz,  George,  557  Slocum  Street,  Swoyerville,  Pa. 

Rhawn,  Mrs.  Hannah  E.  Keller,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Danville    Pa 

Rhmard,  Theron  Randall,  R.  I)    .No.  1.  Berwick,  Pa      ' 

Richards,  A.  M.  Margaret  H.,  528  .Mulberry  Street,  Berwick    Pa 

Riefski.  Emory  Stanley,  IS  Coal  Street,  Glen  Lvon,  Pa. 

Robbins,  Carl  Herbert,  Cambra.  Pa. 

Romanczyk.   Helen  Marie,  814   Delaware  Street.    Forest   City     Pa 

Rowlands.  Clarence  (:harles.  Crag  Apts.    West  First  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Rowlands,  William  Henry,  1008'-  West  Main  Street.  Plvmouth    Pa 

Sampsell,    James    Francis,    48    Filbert     Street.     .Milton      Pa 

Savage,  Charles  Albert,  55S  Leonard  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Schiefer,  Charles  Richard,  7  South  Fourth  Street.  Steelton    Pa 

Scott,  Marjorie  Ann  (.Mrs.  Brcnnanl.  501  E.  Fifth  Street,  Berwick    Pa 

Semic.    Stanley,    23(Xi    S.    Fourth    Street,    Steelton,    Pa. 

Shirk,    Lydia    Feme,    Richtield.    Pa. 

Shoemaker,  Mary  Catherine,  Hallstead,  Pa. 

Shook,  Lottie  Catherine,  100  .New  Street.  Muncy    Pa 

Sigworth,  Mrs.  Hazel  Suit,  College  N.  Chili,  Monroe.  N.  Y 

Sitler,  IVJartha  Jane  (Mrs.   Patrick   Flaherty).  120  Sterner  Ave.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa 

Slipetz,  Paul,  Jr.,  4,3  Slocum  Street.  Swoverville,  Pa. 

Smigel,  Thomas,  17  Yank  Street.  Courtdale,  Pa. 

Snyder,  Donald  Earl,  R.  D.  .No.  1.  Stillwater.  Pa. 

Snyder,  Eugene  Warren,  R.  D.  No.  5.  Danville,  Pa. 

Snyder,  Mrs.  Nancy  McHenry,  Stillwater,  Pa. 

Sowers,  Charles  Herbert,  1517  .Memorial  Avenue.  Williamsport.  Pa 

Spanich,    Michael    John,    408    Slocum    Street.    Swoverville.    Pa 

Stadts.  Marie  Antoinette,  84  Main  Road.  Plvmouth,  Pa 

Stout,  Richard  Charies,  970  Brookdale  Gardens,  Bloomfield,  N   J 

Suchy,  Margaret,  555  Main  Street.  Forest  Citv.  Pa. 

Swigonski,  Thaddeus  Joseph,  561  E.  Ridge  Street,  .Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Thear,  George.  205  W.  Ridge  Street.  Nesquehoning    Pa. 

Thoma.s,  Dorothy  Anna,  R.  D.  No.  5.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Thomas,  Robert  Lawrence,  756  E.  Market  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Thomson,  Rose  Ann,  R.  D.  No.  2,  Towanda,  Pa. 

Tiddy,  William  James,  Jr.,  c/o  General  Delivery,  Leonardtown,  Md. 

Troback,  Gretchen  Dorcas,  ,!66  Carey  Street,  Wilkes- Barre.  Pa. 

Troutman,  Merrill  Winlack,  414  E.  Webster  Street.  Shamokin.  Pa. 

Tugend.  Florence  Clara,  Dalton,  Pa 

Tyson,  Mary  Ruth,  .^(X)  Fisher  Avenue,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Von  Bergen,  Ruth  Catherine,  551  North  Wyoming  Street,  Hazleton    Pa 

Walters.   Shiriey   Belle,    R.    D.    No.    1.    Factory  ville.    Pa. 

Walton.  Carl  Kenneth,  644  North  16th  Street.  Allentown.  Pa. 

Wasdovich.  George.  190  Fourth  Street,  Oneida.  Pa. 

Webb.  Anita  Dawn   (.Mrs.  John  G.  Lee),  220  W.   Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Whitesell.  Carson  Leroy,  Hunlock  Creek,  Pa. 

Williams.  Mrs.  Carolyn  Hower,  1008  N.  Washington  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Wire.  Kennth  E.,  412  Woo<lbine  Street.  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Wright.  Elizabeth  A.  (.Mrs.  Samuel  Papania.  Jr.l.  58  E.  Fifth  St..  Bloomsburg 

Wyrsch,  Mrs.  Ruth  Hazel,  10  Lawton  Avenue.  Binghamton,  N.  Y. 

Zorskas.  Anna.  199  William  Street.  Scranton.  Pa. 

ClASS   OF    1950 

Ackerman,  Clyde  John,  Zion  Grove,  Pa. 

Allegrucci.  Gene  Joseph,  257  Susquehanna  Avenue.  Wyoming.  Pa. 

Ande,  Ralph  Franklin,  Jr.,  276  E.  Eighth  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Baker.  Glen  Raymond,  .Main  .Street.  Benton.  Pa. 

Baker,  Lucy  Jane  Mrs.  Robert  E.  Laubscher),  541  College  Hill,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Baksi,  Ramona  Rita,  112  North  .Street.  Keiser.  Pa. 

Bamhart,  Mrs.  Mildred  Gray,  Box  556.  Newark.  Delaware 

Baylor,  Huriey  Charles,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Danville.  Pa. 

Bell.  Michael  Frederick,  l.iOO  Van  Hook  Street.  Camden,  N.  J. 

Benner.  Ned  Oliver,  1550  Derry  Street.  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Bertollo.  Frank  John,  Jr.,  1205  Rr.  W.  Front  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Bird,  Walter.  12(1  Ciiughlin  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Bitetti,  Lucy  F..  '^56  Center  Street.  Freeland.  Pa. 

Blake.  Earl  Hamilton,  Jr.,  1205  E.  Front  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Bolinsky.    Isabel    Delia,   541-.545   .\lter   Street.    Hazleton.    Pa. 

Bonin,  fWartha  Gloria,  542  N.  Wyoming  Street,  ilazleton.  Pa. 

Rorst.    Kenneth   Edward,    R.    D.    .No.    I.    Equinunk.    Pa. 

Boyle,  James  Hobart.  4  N.  Second  .Street.  Shamokin.  Pa. 

Bredbenner,  Hilda,  5]    K     Poplar  Street.  \V.  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Brennan,  Mrs.  Dorothy  Snyder,  5.)6  West  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Brennan,  William  Joseph,  4.^8  Centre  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Brunn.  Henry  Edward,  2'6  Spring  .Street,  Nanticoke.  Pa. 

Brunstetter.  Nancy  Jane,  441   E.  5lain  Street,  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Bushinski.  Walter  Bernard,  10  N.  Lehigh  Street.  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Butcofsky.  Donald  Lamar,  1149  Walnut  Street.  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Buynak.  John  Edward.  In  E.  Chestnut  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 


Balent,  Robert.  928  Sjirucc  Street,  Kulpinont.  Pa. 

Canouse,  Robert  Charles,  105  Walnut  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Carl,  John  Harvey,  J41  Shamokin  Street.  Trevorton,  Pa. 

Case,  Frederick  John,  ,110  E.  Center  Street,  Danville.  Pa. 

Cavanaugh,  Claire  Teresa,  826  Hickory  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Cerchiaro,  Frances  Alma,  2  \V.  Coal  Street,  .Newquehonmg,  Pa. 

Chapin,  Katherine  Ethel  (Mrs.  Fisher),  229  E.  Fifth  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Chebro,  George,  Beach  Haven,  Pa.  ,-    r>    r 

Cierlitsky,  Theresa  Ann,  t>41  Franklin  Street,  N.  E.,  Washington  1/,  D.  L. 

ComuntzU.  Aleki  D.,  40.i  Lightstreet  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Conrad,  Robert  Hoffman,  304  Main  Street,  East  Greenville,  1*3. 

Cook,  Kenneth  Leon,  Elverson.  Pa. 

Cooley,  Max  Glenn,  Box  Xo.  37.  Rome,  Pa. 

Corrigan,  Eugene  John,  328  Center  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Cortright.  Jay  Brant,  Hummel's  Wharf,  Pa.         .   ,      „ 

Crumb,  Nancy  Jane,  217  E.  Fouith  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Curilla,  Joseph,  S  K,.  Inderendence  Street,  Shamokin.  Pa 

Czemiakowski,  John  Bernard,  51  Hudson  Road,  Plains.  Pa. 

Davis,  WillUm  Carlton,  215  W.  Second  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

DeChant.  Kathryn  Ethel,  718  Ontario  Avenue,  Renovo,  Pa. 

DeMott.  Dorothy  Mae,  E.vers  Grove.  Pa. 

Derzak,  Joseph  Lewis,  49  First  Street,  \\  yoming.  Pa. 

DiehJe,  Owen  Charles,  804  College  Hill,  Bloomsburg.  Penna. 

Dietrich,  Mrs.  Betty,  Route  -No.  1,  MifHinburg.  Penna. 

Dormer.  Bernard  John,  401   N.  Rock  Street.  Shamokin.  Pa. 

Dreibelbis,  Susan  Anna.  4.i9  lefferson  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Drennan,  Harry  John.  Jr.,  Buck  Hill  Falls,  Pa. 

Dunningan,  Elizabeth  Jane.  134  W.  Oak  Street,  Haleton    Pa^ 

Eddinger.  Jounior  LaMar,  231  \V.  Second  Street.  Berwick,  Pa. 

Edwards,  Edward  Hall,  27  Hillside  Avenue.  Edwardsville.  Pa. 

Emanuel,  Hannah,  421   River  Road.  Wilkes- Barre.  Pa. 

Engle,  Marian  May.   Nuremberg,  Pa.  ,  „ 

Evans,   Russell   Yordy,   139   S.    Sixth   Street,    Shamokin,    Pa. 

Evasic,  Marcella  Jane,  3.v  Union  Street,  Luzerne    Pa. 

Fanzo.  Marjorie  Louise,  116  Mechanic  Street.  Bethlehem.  Penna. 

Faust,  Sarah  Maude,  210  First  Street.  Wealherly.  Pa. 

Fellon,  Leonard  Anthony,  200  Market  Street,  Trevorton,  Pa. 

Fink,  Gerald,  ('.iiiyiij;   Pa.     .,        ,  ^  .„,  ,  _ 

Flaherty.  Patrick  Joseph,  43b  Railroad  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Freeda,  Stanley  John,   Bre%vster.  N.  .T  t,      ,   .         tj 

Gabriel.  Louis  Salvadore.  Jr.,  525  E.  Diamond  Avenue.  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Gamble,  Norma  Evelyn.  W  yalusing.  Pa 

Gardner,  Jack  Elias,  70J  Eighth  Street,  \\  .  W  yoming.  Pa. 

Garrison,  Harold  Allen,  626  .\.  Maxwell  Street.  Allentown.  Pa. 

Gaugler,  Elbert  Graydon,  Port  Trevorton,  Pa. 

Gazlnski,  Leonard  Richard.  108  Parrish  Street    W  likes  Barre.  Pa. 

Gerringer.  Mrs.  Helen  Hoffman,  636  E.  Front  Street.  Danville,  Pa. 

Gieda,  Joseph  John,  lol   E.  -Main  Street,  Plymouth,  Pa. 

Glass,  Charles  Francis,  Bloom  Road,  Danville,  Pa. 

Gleockler,  Richard  Calvin,   Forksville.  Pa. 

Gobora,  Harry  James,  R.  D.  No.  5.  Danville,  Penna. 

Golob,  Mrs.  Anne  Albert,  726  Highland  Avenue.  Clarks  Green    Pa. 

Graham    Mary  Kathryn,  331  West  Woodland  Avenue,  Springfield,  Pa. 

Grande,  Joseph  John,  211  Indiana  Avenue,  Shenandoah    Pa. 

Grant    Leon  Ernest,  7303  Dunlawn  Court,  Dundalk,  Baltimore  22,  iMd. 

Gricoski,  Leonard  Edward,  336  S.  Seventh  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Grifasi,  Dorothy,  519  Monroe  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Groff,  Lucille,  20.i' ;  Samhourne  Street,  W  ilkes-Barre,  Penna. 

Guyler,  Hazel  Chappell,  242  W.  Mahoning  Street  BanvlUe^  Pa, 

Hackenburg.  Murray  Allen.  Cross  Keys  Place,  Danville.  Pa. 

Hanlon,  Esther  Mary.  .535  Arlington  Street,  Tamaqua,  Pa. 

Hartline,  Florence  Sara,  319  East  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hartman,  Clyde  Henry.  615  Berwick  Road,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Hartman,  Dayne  Ashel,  Benton,  Penna. 

Herb,  Curtis  WUliam,  Race  Street,  Bechtelsville,  Pa. 

Hippman,  Robert  Stanley,  135  S.  Franklin  Street.  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Hoar,  Donald  Lewis,  1928  N.  Fourth  Street.  Harrisburg,  Pa. 

Hornberger,  Ralph  Eugene.  Route  Xo.  1.  Elysburg.  Pa. 

Huff.  Erma  Callender.  103  University  Avenue,  Federalsburg,  Mrt. 

Huff,  Raymond  Albert,  216  E.  Eighth  Street.  Watsontown,  Pa. 

Ikeler,  Mrs.  Winifred  Margaret,  MiUville.  Pa.  j   ,      „ 

Jackovitz,  Edward  Frank,  294  Canaan  Street,  Carbondale,  Pa. 

Jacobs,  Charles  Kenneth,  Berwick  Road,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

James.  Walter  Guy.  504  W    Spring  Street,  Frackville.  Pa. 

Jarman,  Richard  Edward,  220  Davis  Street,  Plymouth    Pa. 

Jasczak.  Leonard  Andrew.  140  Lidy's  Road,  Dupont.  Pa. 

Johnson,  Doyle  Wayne,  R.  D.  No.  1.  Bloomsburg    Pa. 

Johnson,  Francis  Raymond,  403  E.  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Jones,  Luther.  342  Madison  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Jones.  Janice  Andrew   (.Mrs.   Westner),   137   W.   Shawnee  Avenue.  Plymouth.  Pa. 

Jones.  Shirley  Helen,  12  Frederick  Street,  Ashley,  Pa. 

Kamm,  Harold  Richard,  2510  Agate  Street.  Harrisburg.  Pa. 

Karas,  Vincent  William,  432  W.  Lloyd  Street,  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Kashner.  Robert  James.  47  E.  Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg    Pa. 

Kashuba,  Mrs.  Margaret  Kearkuff,  R.  D.  No.  1,  Benton,  Pa. 

Kearney,  George  Leon.  R.  D.  No.  1.  Box  273,  Paxmos.  Pa. 

Kelser,  Norman  Fred.  934  Green  Ridge  Street,  Scranton,  Pa. 

Kelder,  Jeanne  Ann,  New  Albany,  Pa.  ,      ,  ,  t.  >t    t 

Keller,  Jane  Louise   iMrs.   Fr.ank   Molinarol,  :'64  Lathrop  Avenue,  Boonton,  N.  .1. 

Kelly,  Daniel  Edward,  520  S.  .\nthracite  Street,  Shamokin,  Pa. 

Kemp,    Anna    Garie.    Conynhan    Terrace,    Conynham,    Pa. 

Kemp,  Wilbur  Henry,  351  W.  Fifth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Kenvin,  Jane  Louise,  245  .South  Street.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Kepping,   George.    Chilton    Hall.    Chilton    .\pt.    135C2,    Elizabeth.    N.    .1. 

Kepping,   Mrs.   Martha   Jjne  Price,   Chilton    Hall    Apt    I35C2.    Elizabeth,    N.    .1. 

Keyser,  Richard  Bird,  1.16  W    Eighth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

King,  Donald  Frank,  R.  D.  No.  2.  Dallas.  Pa. 

Kline,  Richard  Eldon,  McClure.   Pa. 

Klopp,  Thomas  Arthur,  1172  Walnut  Street,  Freeland,  Pa. 

Kocher.  Avis  Wesley,  R.  D.  No.  2.  Dallas,  Pa. 

Kollesar,  Michael,  1416  Hampden  Blvd.,  Reading.  Pa. 

Kolodgie.  Edward  Joseph.  405  Front  Street,  Dupont.  Pa. 

Koplin,  Glenn  Rupert,  2010  Lehigh  Street,  Easton.  Pa. 

Kreiser,  Elmer,  1151  Grimell  Avenue,  Columbia,  Pa. 

Krafchik.  Thomas  Albert,  Star  Route.  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Kreitz,  Edward  John.  909  Main  Street,  Slatington.  Pa. 

Kriss,  Stephen  Frank.  716  Park  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa, 

Kryzwicki,  Genevieve.  Box  147.  Drums.  Pa. 

Kundrat.  Stenhen.  Jr..  1125  Third  Avenue.  Berwick.  Pa. 

Kurey.  Joseph  Edward,  316  Walnut  Street.  Kistler.  Mt.  Union,  Pa. 

Lauck,  Charles  Leroy,  42  X.  Walnut  Street,  Mt.  Carmel.  Pa. 

Leshinski,  Robert  Walter,  62  W.  Stanton  Street.  Hudson,  Pa. 

Livingstone,  Lionel  Claude,  147  Courtdale  Avenue,  Courtdale,  Pa. 

LoFar,  Berdine  Alice,   M.Trion  College.  Mar-on.  \  a. 

Lohr,  Mary  Louise  (  Mrs    David  P.  Wentzel),  4242  Regent  Street.  Phila.,  Pa. 

Longer.  Charles  William,  952  W'.  Main  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Lord,  Grace  Alverda,  344  S.  Franklin  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Lovetl,  Dorothy  Ruth,  120  E.  Main  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Lupashunski,  Frank  Theodore,  1173  First  Avenue,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Maciekowich,    Zigmond   Dominic,   533    Winter's   Avenue,    W.   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Mack,  Edward  Walter,  1  Orchard  Street.  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Maietta,  Donald  Francis,  940  W.  Third  Street,  Williamsport.  Pa. 

Marks,  Muriel  Florence,  1328  Lancaster  Avenue,  Reading,  Pa. 

Martini,  Robert  Ernest,  .Main  Street,  Benton,  Pa. 

McAndrew,  Thomas  John,  2008  Green  Ridge  Street,  Dunmore,  Pa. 

McCormack,  Grace  Emma,  314  N.  Irving  Avenue,  Scranton,  Pa. 

McDonald,  Leo  John,  K.  U.  .No.  1,  Ringtown,  Pa. 

McNealis,  Margaret,  124  W.  Church  Street,  Nanticoke,  Pa. 

Meiss,   Clarence  John,    121    S.    Woodward   Ct.,   Hazleton,    Pa. 

Mensinger,  Clair  Eugene,  Main  .Street,  Mifllinville,  Pa. 

Merena,  Walter,   K.xcelsior.   Pa.  '- 

Merrick.  Henry.  2  Ziegler  Grove.  Dupont,  Pa. 

Messa,  Edward  Frederick,  809  Bushkill  Street,  Easton,  Penna. 

Metzo,  Thomas  Michael,  R.  (>45  -\'.  Main  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Middleswarth,  Nerine  Mae,  Troxelville,   Pa. 

Miller,  Charles  Emery,  721  N.  Seventh  .Street,  Sunhiirv,  Pa. 

Miller,  Edythe  R.,  120  (.'enter  Street,  .Milton,  Pa. 

Millhouse,   Richard  C,    lOO^i    E.   Green   Street,    W.    Hazleton,    Pa. 

Mitros,  Edward  John,  90  Newport  Street.  Glen  Lyon,  Pa. 

Montague,  Robert  Edgar,  R.  D.  No.  4,  Danville,  Pa. 

Mordan,  Jack  LeRoy,    Route  No.   1.  Millville.  Pa. 

Morgans,  Rodney  Kenneth,  204  W.  Third  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Morris,  John  Samuel,  Mh  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Naylor,  Thelma  Mae,  317  Wheeler  .\venue,  .Scranton.  Pa. 

Pacholec,  Henry  Francis,  318  Fairhaven  Ave..  .101  Jefferson  Apts.,  Alexandria,  \*a. 

Palencar,  Andrew  Emery,  906  Weston  Place,  Bethlehem,  Pa. 

Panzetta,  John  Thomas,  B-12  Fair  Acres,  Allentown.  Pa. 

Papania.  Ann  Elizabeth,  W.  Fourth  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Parry,  Donald,  722  W.   Lackawanna  Avenue,  Blakeley,  Pa. 

Paterson,  Andrew  Thompson,  197  Main  Street,  Moosic,  Pa. 

Pecora,  Louis  Sala-  tore,  Jr.,  10  E.  Broad  Street.  W.  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Petarra,  Concetta  G.,  1300  \'an  Hook  Street,  Camden,  N.  J. 

Phillips,  Charles  Elmer,  219  Dewart  Street,  Riverside,  Pa. 

Plevyak,  Paul  Peter,  54  Whites  Crossing,  Carbondale,  Pa. 

Pope,  Arlene  Mae,  K,  D    Xo.  1,  Sunbury,  Pa. 

Poust,  Eleanor  Frances,  Oxford,  Pa. 

Pringle,  Frank  Madison,  88  Akers  Street,  .Johnstown,  Pa. 

Race,  Ethel  Eunice,  R    1),   Xo,  2.  Tunkhannock.  Pa. 

Reece,  Margaret  Elizabeth,  148  E.  Evergreen  Street,  West  Grove,  Pa. 

Reedy,  James  Allen,  Jr.,  314  (iarfield  Avenue,  Milton,  Pa. 

Reimensnyder,  Virginia  Florence,  228  S.  Front  Street,  Milton,  Pa. 

R'ck,  John  Joseph,  118  North  Street,  Marion  Heights,  Pa. 

Ridall,  Elizabeth  Jane,  Town  Hill,  Pa. 

Riegel,  Arthur  Clair,  324  Pine  .Street,  Catawissa.  Pa. 

Riffel,  Margaret  Berninger,  131  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Riley,  Mary  Ellen,  72  .\rch  Street,  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Rishel,  WUliam  James.  Mt.  .^iry.  -Md. 

Roberts.  Charles  Edmund,  542  Franklin  Street.  Slatington.  Pa. 

Roeder,  William  Keith,  2i  Poplar  Street,  Kingston,  Pa. 

Rcmig,  William  George,  124  E.  Center  Street,  Danville,  Penna. 

Roth,  Luther  Harry,  4s;  S.  Grant  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Ryan,  William  Harrison,  Riverside.  Pa. 

Sakalski.  Stephen  Frank,  158  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Samois,  Deryl  Jack,  234  .Mill  Street,  Danville,  Pa. 

Schalles,  Madelyn  Jane,  217  Broad  Street,  Xescopeck,  Pa. 

Scheipe,  Walter  George,  Third  &  Snaderson  Sts.,  PottsviUe.  Pa. 

Shain,  Leone  Myles,  30  W.   Broad  Street,  Tamaqua,  Pa. 

Sheehy,  Edward  Frederick,  550  Cherry  Street,  Columbia,  Pa. 

Sheleman,  John,  Box  100  .Main  Street.  Lopez,  Pa. 

Shipe,  Eugene  Reid,  215  Cliurch  St..  Danville,  Pa. 

Shoemaker,  William  Franklin,  Box  19,  Espy,  Pa. 

Sholley,  Olivia  Bogar,  K.  1),  No.  2,  Selinsgrove,  Pa. 

Shupp,  Ruth  Elaine,   Franklin  Street,  Shoemakersville,  Pa. 

Skowronski,  Edward  Frank,  2212  Mosser  Avenue,  Williamsport,  Pa. 

Slobozien,  Paul  John,  201  Stone  Street,  Johnstown.  Pa. 

Slusser.  Paul  Daniel,  R,  I).  Xo.  3.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Smethers,  Donald  Rawlings,  404  W.  Main  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Smigelski,  Edward  Joseph,  853  N.  Penna  Avenue.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Smith,  Grace  (.Mrs.  Pachutal,  42  W.  Third  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Smith,  Marjorie  Ann,  31  S.  23rd  Street,  Reading.  Pa. 

Smolski,  Alice  Ann,  150  S.  .Main  Street.  Archbald,  Pa. 

Soback,  Andrew,  100  S.  Mercer  Street,  Berwick,  Pa. 

Somers,    Marquerite   Mary,    o59    N.    Locust    Street,    Hazleton,    Pa. 
Sopko,  Joseph  Eugene.  19  Murphy  Street,  Carbondale.  Pa. 

Souder,  Leora  V.,  ,^07  E.  Second  Street,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Stair,  Carol  Vivian,  R.   D.   Xo.  1.  Wapwallopen,  Pa. 

Stamm,  Elbert  Leroy,  Box  2i,  Danville,  Pa. 

Starr,  Raymond  Alvin,  129  N.  Marshall  Street.  Shamokin.  Pa. 

Stein,  Jean  Elizabeth,  115  N.  Jardin  Street.  Shenandoah,  Pa. 

Steinruck,  Doyle  Thomas,  2b6  E.  Eighth  Street,  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Sterling,  Warren  Monroe,  490  W.  Third  Street.  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Stimeling,  William  Alfred,  343  Marv  Street,  Berwick.  Pa. 

Stratton,  William  Richard,  191   .New  Elizabeth  Street.  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

Swaboski,  Ramona  Adams,  414  E.  Sixth  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

Swales,  Willis,  Jr.,  221   W.  Southern  .-\venue,  S.  Williamsport.  Pa. 

Symons,    Catherine    Vollrath,    63    E.     Poplar    Street,    \V.    Nanticoke,     Pa. 

Talarsky,  Henry  Charles,  42o  E.  Northampton  Street,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa. 

"Tarole,  Carmela  Ann,  440  Seneca  Street.  Bethlehem.  Pa. 

"Teel,  Martha  Louise  (Mrs.  Robert  Ammermanl,  152  N.  Iron  St.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Terrel,  Audry  Caroline,  Waymart.  Pa. 

Todd,  Alma   Ethel  White.  ii2   E.   Main  Street.  Girardvil'e,  Pa. 

Tormay.  Edith  Mae  LaBarr,  579  Emerald  Ct..  Hazleton.  Pa. 

Ulrich,  Paul  Edward,  1201   Bloom  Street,  Danville.  Pa. 

Vincent,  Joseph  George,  12  Green  Street,  Ashley,  Pa. 

Von  Stetten,  Wayne,  l.=i05  Olive  Street,  Coatesville,  Pa. 

Wagner,  John  Richard,  716  E.  Third  Street,  Nescopeck,  Pa. 

Wagner,  Mildred  Amelia,  53  Lawrence  Street,  Wilkes-Barre.  Pa. 

Walther,    Robert    Franklin,    611    L'nion    Street,    Columbia,    Pa. 

Warner,  Jane  Kresge,  3.50  Third  Street.  Weatherly,  Pa. 

Wesenyak,    Josephine   Ann,    154    Swetland    Street,    Duryea,    Pa. 

White,  Harold  John,  1116  Ferrv  Street,  Easton.  Pa. 

Williams,  John  Wilford,  40  E    Fifth  Street.  Bloomsburg.  Pa. 

Williams.  Robert  Edward,  Jr.,  lOOS  -X.  Washington  Street,  Shamokin.  Pa, 

Willard,  Raymond,  Trevorton,  Pa. 

Widger,  George  Edward.  70S  Shuman  Street.  Catawissa,  Pa. 

Williams,  Catherine,  102  E.  Broad  Street,  Xanticoke,  Pa. 

Wintersteen,  William  Jackson,  Bloom  Road,  Danville,  Pa. 

Wingate,  Robert  Maxwell,  20  W.  Third  Street,  Bloomsburg,  Pa. 

Woltord,  Marvm  Richard,  Box  45,  Montandon,  Pa 

Worrall,  H.  Grace,  701   X,  Cherry  Street,  Shamokin.  Pa. 

Wyant,  Elmer  LeRoy.  R.  D.  Xo.  1.  Xoxen.  Pa. 

Yakoboski.  Joseph.  248  S.  Shamokin  Street,  Shamokin,  Tu. 

Yannes,  Adeline  Catherine,  626  Fern  Street.  Freeland.  Pa. 

Youne,  Frederick  Daniel,  Jr..  1514  Center  Street,  .\shland.  Pa. 

Zelinski,  Bernard  Joseph.  212  S.  Walnut  Street,  Mt.  Carmel,  Pa. 

NCIPALS     SINCE     1890 

W'hal's  past  is  prologue. 

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